The Department of Public Safety has NARCAN® Nasal Spray kits available for "First Responders" through a grant received from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD). To obtain NARCAN® Nasal Spray kits for your organization, please follow the below steps.
|Law Enforcement - including Municipal Police, Sheriff's Offices, Campus Police, Campus Security, School Resource Officers, and Park Rangers|
|Fire Fighters - including both volunteer and paid firefighters|
|Emergency Medical Services, Advanced Life Support, Basic Life Support and Emergency Medical Technicians||School Nurse|
|Domestic Violence Shelter Personnel||After School Program Personnel|
|Adult Probation and Parole Officers||Homeless Shelter Personnel|
|Juvenile Probation Officers||Public Defenders' Offices|
|County and State* Correctional Facilities||Library Personnel|
|Constables||Substance Use Disorder and Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Facilities|
|Public Transit Drivers||Emergency Departments|
|Other first responder organizations serving individuals and communities impacted by substance use that are legally organized and trained to respond to overdose emergencies and administer intranasal naloxone.*||Organizations that provide services and supports to individuals who are currently using substances, such as harm reduction organizations (Examples include community grassroots orgs, organizations formed to address the opioid crisis, recovery houses, halfway houses, etc.)|
A legally organized
community group includes one or more of the following:
All organization staff shall complete one of the following on-line trainings:
Send the enrollment application via email to GetNarcanCCE@montcopa.org
For more information on Montgomery's County's Overdose Prevention efforts, click here.
If you have any questions, please email us at GetNarcanCCE@montcopa.org.