– Over 14,000 people have died of apparent opioid overdoses since 2016
– 94% of these overdoses are accidental
– Young people, aged 15 to 24, are the fastest-growing group requiring hospital care from opioid overdoses
Always read the label and follow the directions for use. Naloxone is not intended to be a substitute for emergency medical care.
These resources can be easily printed and are designed to help Pharmacies and Pharmacists become more powerful advocates for community safety.
Naloxone Print ads/posters x 3
Naloxone Event Postcard
Naloxone Event Flyer
Naloxone Event Poster
Naloxone Digital Banner
Naloxone Facebook ad
City Council Naloxone Policy Change Motion
Naloxone education and awareness materials are created to be handed out with naloxone and are free of charge in Ontario and Quebec.
Help us get the word out and fight the opioid crisis in our community.