Narcan (Project DAWN)

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Madison County Public Health is  a provider of Ohio’s Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided with Naloxone). Naloxone, or Narcan, is a medication that can reverse an opioid drug overdose and can save someone's life. Naloxone can now be prescribed to any friend, family member or other individual willing to provide assistance to an individual at risk of experiencing an opioid-related overdose due to House Bill 170. Our purpose is to supply Narcan to individuals, and their loved ones, who are at risk of an opioid overdose.

There are 3 options to receive a Naloxone kit(s):
  • Call 740-852-3065 x1524 to schedule a training ( individual or group).
  • Email to schedule a training ( individual or group).
  • Click HERE to receive an individual kit in the mail.

To receive a free Naloxone kit in the mail order distribution, please click HERE.
You will be re-routed to SurveyMonkey to fill out an anonymous form. The survey should take no more than 5-7 minutes, with there is an educational video that is 16 minutes in length. The video is recommended for viewing if you have not been previously trained on how to use Narcan. 

To schedule a training:
Please contact Jen at 740-852-3065 x1524 or email at

Want to download our fliers to help us advertise this program?  Check out the links below:

MCPH Project DAWN Full Page Flyer

MCPH Project DAWN Bookmark Flyer