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Overdose Prevention & Naloxone

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Could you or someone you know be at risk of overdosing from an opiate? Aaron's Law (Senate Enrolled Act 406-2015) allows the general public to administer naloxone, a drug used to reverse opioid overdoses, to an individual at risk of opioid related overdose. The State Health Commissioner issued a standing order for registered individuals or agencies to distribute naloxone to anyone who would like to carry it. Linked below are two printable .pdf briefs regarding your protections and rights to carry and administer naloxone in Indiana.

Click the following links for information from Indiana State Department of Health regarding the value of carrying naloxone and other important information about naloxone

Good Samaritan Brief Aaron's Law and Good Samaritan Brief

Where can I get doses of naloxone?

With a grant from Indiana State Department of Health, the Monroe County Health Department can provide the nasal spray for free, along with a brief training on how to use it. For more information, call (812) 349-2722 . 

Indiana Recovery Alliance also provides free injectable (intramuscular) naloxone during outreach hours and by appointment.

Other distribution sources for naloxone (not specific to Monroe County) are Overdose Lifeline, Ship Happens and Next Distro.

Many pharmacies are registered to distribute naloxone in Monroe County. To find a registered entity near you, visit 

For information regarding paying for naloxone, click here

Nasal Naloxone

Nasal Naloxone

Intramuscular Naloxone 

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Penny Caudill,
Health Administrator
Health Building
119 W 7th St
Bloomington, IN 47404
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  • Phone: (812) 349-2543
  • Fax: (812) 339-6481
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