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This beautiful flower below is from what we call “A bread seed poppy, the poppy plant”.  It produces opium. Opium is a powerful narcotic such as codeine, heroin, and morphine.  Some narcotics are used in the medical environment to treat pain, suppress cough, and relieve diarrhea. However, some misrepresented the use of the drugs, and routinely use it for personal liking by smoking, sniffing, or injecting.

Never Use AloneNarcan Spray

National: 800-484-3731
Spanish: 800-928-5330
New England: 800-972-0590
New York: 800-997-2280

Overdose Prevention Hotline - Never Use Alone

Meeting people where they are, on the other end of the line, one human connection at a time. No judgment. No stigma. Just love!

National Suicide & Crisis: 988

See an overdoes? Call 911 Opens in new windowNYS's Good Samaritan Law Fact Sheet

Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS)

Call the 24/7 HOPEline at 1-877-8-HOPENY (18778467369)


Naloxone Co-payment Assistance Program

Naloxone is an emergency
medicine that can stop an
opioid overdoes.

Do you have prescription coverage as part of your health insurance plan? If you do, you can use N-CAP to cover up to $40 in prescription co-payments so there are no or lower out-of-pocket expenses when getting Naloxone at a participating pharmacy.

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Many New York State pharmacies provide naloxone through a "standing order" which means you can get the medication at these pharmacies without a prescription from your doctor. To find the nearest registered program or participating pharmacy, please visit this website.

Reverse an overdose.

Carry Naloxone.