Naloxone (Narcan)

Get Trained - Get Free Narcan - Carry Narcan - Save Lives

One focal point of the HEALing Communities Study is to increase opioid overdose education and Narcan distribution in Cayuga County. Since the social distancing and stay-home guidelines of Coronavirus COVID-19 make in-person training very difficult at this time, we are now offering a convenient online training on the use of Narcan to reach people in all parts of our county and provide them with life-saving Narcan to be able to respond to an opioid overdose emergency.

Follow the few steps below and receive a free Narcan kit in the mail, provided by the Cayuga County Community Mental Health Center, a registered opioid overdose prevention program.

If you need Narcan immediately, call a local pharmacy for availability and inquire about the Narcan Co-payment Assistance Program (N-CAP).

If you have administered Narcan during an opioid overdose emergency, scroll down to Step 5 to report your Narcan use and request a new free Narcan kit.


Step 1 - Click on & Watch the Narcan Training Video below

Step 2 - Fill out the Request for Free Narcan

This service is available for Cayuga County residents only.

Step 3 - Receive Free Narcan Kit in the Mail

Allow 3 - 5 business days for shipping. If you need Narcan immediately, call a local pharmacy for availability and inquire about the Narcan Co-payment Assistance Program (N-CAP).

Step 4 - Carry Narcan & Use Narcan during Suspected Opioid Overdose

Store at room temperature 68°F to 77°F (20°C to 25°C). Do not freeze or expose to excessive heat above 104°F. Protect from light.

Step 5 - Fill out the Narcan Use Report and Request a New Narcan Kit

Thank you for carrying and administering Narcan during an opioid overdose emergency! You have taken a crucial step in helping to save someone's life. New Narcan kits are mailed to Cayuga County residents only.