NJ DHS Fights the Opioid Epidemic – Makes Naloxone Free to Residents

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The New Jersey Department of Human Services urges persons suffering opioid addiction to get naloxone, now available for free in the state.

 

On June 18, NJ The New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS) is making naloxone—the opioid overdose reversal drug—available for free at participating pharmacies across the State. Carole Carole Johnson, NJ Human Services Commissioner, made this important announcement this week.

 

Here is a list of participating pharmacies throughout the state.

 

The United States Surgeon General urges U.S. residents suffering opioid addiction to get naloxone and cites the medical literature.

 

Together, we can make a difference and turn the tide of the opioid epidemic.

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