New Hampshire Opioid Additional Resources

Find Your Doorway

How Can I Get Naloxone (Narcan)?

In New Hampshire, this life-saving medication is available three ways:
The public can get naloxone at any of the nine Doorways, A patient can ask his or her doctor to write a prescription for the medication, and he medication is available without a prescription at many pharmacies throughout the state. Find Naloxone/Narcan

Preventing an Overdose

You have an important role to play in addressing this public health crisis.

  • Talk with your doctor or pharmacist or contact your local Doorway to learn how you can get naloxone (Narcan).
  • Learn the signs of opioid overdose, like pinpoint pupils, slowed breathing, or loss of consciousness.
  • If you or someone you know have an opioid use disorder, effective treatment is available. To find help, contact 211.

Signs of an Overdose

  • Unresponsive / can’t wake up
  • Body is limp
  • Blue / dark purple appearance
  • Breathing is slow or stopped
  • Pulse is slow or stopped
  • Snore-like gurgling noise
  • Pinpoint pupils

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