Naloxone for suspected opioid overdose


Obtenga ayuda inmediata

Call Georgia Crisis & Access Line (GCAL).
1-800-715-4225
Provides access to services and immediate crisis help.
Available 24 hours 7 days a week.


Request a Naloxone Emergency Kit Refill

Replenish the naloxone in your Naloxone Emergency Kit.

Request a naloxone refill*

*The above link is for refills only. Naloxone Emergency Kits are available while supplies last at select Gwinnett clinic locations and cannot be requested online.


Counteract the life-threatening effects of an opioid overdose with naloxone.

¿Qué es la naloxona?

Naloxone HCI nasal spray counteracts the life-threatening effects of an opioid overdose. It was developed for first responders, as well as family, friends, and caregivers—with no medical training required. It is available without a prescription from a doctor and is covered by most insurance plans.

Get trained for free.

Get FREE naloxone training in Gwinnett –

Navegar recuperación ofrece capacitación todos los sábados del mes de 10:00 am a 11:00 am
Ubicación: puerto seguro, 52 Gwinnett Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30046
Llame al 678-743-1808 EXT 115 para registrarse y hacer cualquier pregunta.

Sign up for training at Navigate Recovery

*The training classes above are currently only available for persons with substance use disorder, family & friends of someone with a substance use disorder. The naloxone available when training is complete is provided by Georgia Overdose Prevention, Inc. through a grant provided by Georgia DBHDD.

Request free naloxone training for your group.

GNR Public Health can train your group on the use of naloxone. If you would like to request training, contact our Opioid Overdose Prevention Program Manager.

Unable to attend naloxone training? 

If you are unable to attend a training session, see if you qualify for a FREE naloxone nasal spray rescue kit from Georgia Overdose Prevention.

See if you qualify for a FREE naloxone spray rescue kit


Find addiction Treatment Services

El Departamento de Salud no ofrece servicios de tratamiento de adicciones. Por favor visita findtratamiento.gov.


Learn more about our Opioid Overdose Prevention Program