Currently we are providing Narcan locally. We can set up a meetup or mail to you. Please fill out form below to have mailed to you.
Responding to an Overdose
1. Check for overdose. Signs of overdosing: not breathing well, turning blue/gray, not reacting when you rub your knuckles on their chest.
2. Call 911. Say “someone isn’t breathing” and/or “I think it’s an overdose.” Stay until help arrives, even if they seem better.
3. Give Narcan. Push pump only after tip is in nose. Go to Step 4. If no response in 3 minutes, give another dose.
5. Stay until help arrives. If breathing well, put on side. If not breathing well, repeat steps 3 and 4. Stay until help arrives.
4. Give breaths/CPR. Make sure mouth is clear. Tilt head back, lift chin, pinch nose. Give one breath every five seconds. Try CPR if you’ve been trained. Make sure chest rises with each breath.
Testing your Supply
1. Dissolve a small amount of drug supply in water, and then dip the test strip into the liquid for 15 seconds. Because the test strips are highly sensitive, a minimal amount of drug residue is sufficient to obtain a result.
2. Set the test strip on a flat surface until results appear, typically within 5 minutes.
3. One line indicates fentanyl is present in the sample; two lines indicate a negative result.
Harm Reduction Resources
National Harm Reduction Coalition
National Harm Reduction Coalition creates spaces for dialogue and action that help heal the harms caused by racialized drug policies.National Harm Reduction Coalition builds evidence-based strategies with and for people who use drugs.
Learn more about Florida's resources for people who misuse drugs and their loved ones. Find your nearest Narcan distributer in your area.
Florida Harm reduction Collective (FHRC)
By centering and amplifying the voices of communities and people of color, sex workers, drug users, and others directly impacted by the war on drugs, we are working towards a future free of HIV/Hepatitis C, drug overdose, the patrolling of body autonomy, systemic racism and mass incarceration. FHRC provides Mail-Based Naloxone, Technical Assistance, Vaccine Navigation, and HIV Self-Testing.
Never Use Alone
If you are going to use by yourself, call us! You will be asked for your first name, location, and the number you are calling from. An operator will stay on the line with you while you use. If you stop responding after using, the operator will notify emergency services of an \"unresponsive person\" at your location.
End Overdose is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, California working to end drug-related overdose deaths through education, medical intervention, and public awareness. End Overdose provides Narcan, fentanyl test strips, and overdose prevention training.
Florida's 1st syringe services program.
Hours: MWF 10-4, T/Th 10-6, 305-243-2799 call for mobile times & location. HIV & HCV testing. Narcan distribution.
The SPOT’s mobile medical clinic allows us to reach historically underserved communities in Broward County to provide high-quality and affordable healthcare. It is the only Syringe Services Program (SSP) approved by the Broward County Commission established under the Infectious Disease Elimination Act (IDEA). Services Offered include Safe Syringe Exchange Program, Naloxone distribution, COVID vaccinations
HIV, HCV, STI, and infectious disease screenings, Phlebotomy and laboratory services
On-site or telehealth services:
Social services, behavioral health, and medical services, including wound care, hepatitis vaccination, and PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and more
Referrals for specialized care.
An online and mail-based harm reduction service designed to reduce opioid overdose death, prevent injection-related disease transmission, and improve the lives of people who use drugs.
DanceSafe is a drug checking, earplug slinging, party servicing nonprofit that was founded on social justice principles. Their programs include drug education, sexual health and consent deep-dives, political advocacy, and event outreach, where our amazing volunteers distribute information and resources at the fabled DanceSafe Booths.