Overdose affects all of us. Know how to prevent, recognize and respond to an overdose.
Tools and resources to help start the conversation about overdose prevention.
If someone overdoses, call 9-1-1 immediately and stay with them. Give one breath every five seconds. Use naloxone.
Information and resources on coping with the loss of a loved one from overdose.
Know the steps to take to prevent an overdose.
An overdose is when more drugs have been taken than the body can handle. Know the signs of an overdose.
Information, resources and tips on how to respond to an overdose.
Naloxone is available in B.C. without a prescription. There are four main options for accessing naloxone in the Fraser Health region.
Find out what's in your drugs.
Overdose prevention sites aim to prevent drug overdoses and overdose deaths, and reduce the adverse health, social and economic consequences associated with substance use.
Information kit includes how-to talk to your kids video, 7 talking tips graphic and other resources.
Be prepared in the event of an overdose at your community agency.
Practicing your response to an overdose will help keep your skills sharp and ready.