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​For general inquiries, please email mdh.naloxone@maryland.gov. 
 

Naloxone Use Report

The Maryland Department of Health continues to track naloxone administrations. The form will collect basic information about whether or not naloxone was used, how many doses were used, whether or not 911 was called, and whether or not it is known if the person went into an ambulance or started breathing again. You no longer have to email the report, you can now access the report through our web-based form, which can be accessed from anywhere. Please complete the form as fully as possible when you learn of naloxone use in the community. To access the web-based form, please click this link

ACCESS Resources Request (Naloxone and Fentanyl Test Strips)

The Center for Harm Reduction Services offers intramuscular injectable naloxone, Narcan nasal spray and fentanyl test strips at no cost to authorized Overdose Response Programs through ACCESS. To apply for naloxone, you must be a local health department or non-profit organization with an active ORP status. To apply for fentanyl test strips only, you must be a non-profit or government entity. If your organization qualifies for this opportunity you can request naloxone and/or fentanyl test strips at any time through the ACCESS Resources Request Form​For more information on how to place an order or further assistance, please email mdh.access@maryland.gov. ​

For entities interested in applying for naloxone that are not authorized as Overdose Response Programs, email mdh.naloxone@maryland.gov​ or see above information about applying for authorization as an Overdose Response Program. ​

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