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NALOXONE: Preventing Overdoses. Saving Lives.

Naloxone is a medication that reverses the effects of an overdose from opioids (e.g. heroin, methadone, morphine). BC has developed a Take Home Naloxone (THN) Program to help save lives. This site will help you learn more about THN programs and how the BC THN program can be part of your community . 

Understanding THN

General Information about the Take Home Naloxone Program

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

Please review the Basic Site Criteria to help determine if your site is eligible to be registered as a Take Home Naloxone site. Refer to the New Site Registration Package and contact your local Harm Reduction Coordinator listed on page 2 for further details. 


Forms for BC Take Home Naloxone Programs

Site coordinators will need the documents below to maintain records and to order new supplies.

Some additional resources for participating sites are available here.

Participant Training

These resources are made available to help with naloxone training. A few documents are necessary for the program (see Training Manual). 

Naloxone Resources

BC THN in the News

Other Naloxone News

Articles & Documents

Featured Videos

THN Site Resources

Health Professionals


Service Providers

Law Enforcement

First Responders

Emergency Departments