Ontario Naloxone Program (ONP): Needle Exchange Programs, Hepatitis C Programs, Consumption and Treatment Services and participating community-based organizations distribute injectable and nasal spray naloxone kits to individuals at risk of opioid overdose and their friends and family.
Naloxone Kit Order Form.
Ontario Naloxone Program for Pharmacies: Participating Ontario pharmacies distribute injectable and/or nasal spray naloxone kits to individuals at risk of opioid overdose, their family and friends, and people in a position to care for at risk individuals.
Naloxone in the workplace: Find out if you are required to have a naloxone kit at your workplace, get a kit for free and training on how to use it. Please note the Health Unit does not supply Naloxone kits to businesses/workplaces.
Workplace Naloxone Training
Starting December 2022, Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program is providing support to employers who are required to comply with the naloxone requirements in the Occupational Health and Safety Act by providing free naloxone training for up to two workers per workplace and/or one free nasal naloxone kit per workplace.
Find more information on free naloxone kits for businesses. Please note that the HKPR District Health Unit does not supply naloxone kits to businesses.
Employers can visit the following participating program providers for more information on how to access free naloxone training and kits:
For more information about the Workplace Naloxone Training.
For more information on Opioids and Naloxone check out the informational video below!