NALOXONE

 

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ESPANOLA PHARMACIES WITH NALOXONE

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CVS
Walgreens
WalMart
La Farmacia

PLEASE NOTE: Medicaid covers the cost of Narcan (Naloxone). Click here for enrollment assistance or to check if your Medicaid status is up to date.

FREE NALOXONE PROVIDERS

Santa Fe Mountain Center – Espanola Office
510 Paseo de Onate
Espanola, NM
Dave Koppa Harm Reduction Program Manager
505-690-4915
(505) 901-9020
dave@santafemc.org

Rio Arriba County – Health Commons
2010 Industrial Park Road
Espanola, NM
505-753-2794

Santa Fe Public Health Office
605 Letrado St.
Santa Fe, NM
505-476-2600

Santa Fe Healthcare for the Homeless
818 Camino Sierra Vista
Santa Fe, NM
505-988-1742

Pete’s Pets (Santa Fe Community Services)
2801 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, NM
505-310-3624

Taos Public Health Office
1400 Weimer Rd
Taos, NM
575-758-2073

SUBSTANCE USE CASE MANAGERS


Rio Arriba County Health and Human Services

NARCAN VIDEOS

YOU have a right to Naloxone without a Prescription in New Mexico
Print and bring the 2 documents below with you to pharmacy if they deny you access to the product.
–  Narcan Prescription Request (give to pharmacist)
–  New Mexico Standing Order for Naloxone


The New Mexico Overdose Prevention Act

The 2006 law, called the Overdose Prevention Act, the first of its kind in the country, police “shall not” charge anyone with possession of a controlled substance if they are called to the site of an overdose.  It does not preclude police from arresting people overdosing or the people who call reporting overdoses, for warrants, restraining order violations or on other, violent charges.
link to the statute

PROVIDER AND PHARMACIST RESOURCES
NM Hospital Association (PDF: NMHA-recommended Opioid Risk Reduction Strategies and Prescribing Guidelines in New Mexico Emergency Departments)

Prescribing Naloxone (PDF: Prescribe To Prevent Instructions from Taos Alive)