General Information about the BC Take Home Naloxone Program
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Take Home Naloxone kits are now available, at no cost, for people who are most likely to witness and respond to an opioid overdose.
- THN Program Statistics by Year
- THN Infographic Below:
If you are a member of the public looking to get overdose prevention & response training and a naloxone kit, use our site finder to locate a Take Home Naloxone site near you.
Setting up a BC Take Home Naloxone Program in Your Community
To apply to become a registered Take Hone Naloxone site, refer to the New Site Registration Form and contact your local Harm Reduction Coordinator for further details.To qualify, sites must have an overseeing Health Care Provider on-site and must serve people who are most likely to witness and respond to an opioid overdose.
Forms for BC Take Home Naloxone Programs
Site coordinators will need the documents below to maintain records and to order new supplies.
- Group Training Session Record - Upated Jan 11, 2017
- NEW - Distribution (Dispensing) Record
- Overdose Response Information Form (when naloxone is used) - Updated Dec 15, 2016 (now 1 page only)
- Supply Order Form - Updated Oct, 2016
- Update Site Details Form (for use by existing sites to update contact/personnel info) - Updated Dec 6, 2016