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How to Obtain Naloxone

​Community Members

The Kane County Health Department periodically holds events to provide the public with free naloxone ​​and training on how to use it. View our Event Calendar​ for upcoming naloxone pick up dates and locations.

Additionally, the following Opioid Overdose Prevention Program Partners provide naloxone to community members. Contact one of the following to request a naloxone kit at no charge:


African American Men of Unity, (630) 606-1910
Association for Individual Development, (630) 966-4000
Aurora Public Library, (630) 264-4120
Echo Development Center, (630) 859-2248

Kane County Health Department, (630)​​ 208-3801. Naloxone can be picked up from our lobby during normal business hours​.

Mutual Ground, (630) 897-0084
Simplee Destinee Youth Center, (708) 926-4979


Campton Hills Police Department, (630) 584-4242


Ecker Center for Behavioral Health, (847) 695-0484
Mathers Recovery Center, (847) 462-6099


Path to Recovery Foundation, (630) 962-9652


Kane County Sheriff’s Office (630) 232-6840
Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office, (224) 833-2557
Lighthouse Recovery, (630) 940-2468 - 24 hour free outdoor Narcan vending machine​ at 210 S. 5th Street
St. Charles Police Department - available in lobby at 1515 W. Main Street
Tri City Health Partnership, (630) 377-9277

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Community Organizations

The Kane County Health Department partners with police and fire departments, substance use treatment centers, healthcare providers, schools, and other organizations throughout the county to provide them with naloxone so that they can help reverse an overdose caused by opioids.

Opioid Overdose Prevention Program partners may use our online form​ to request naloxone to keep on hand or to distribute to those who may be able to help in the case of an opioid overdose. If your organization would like to become an Opioid Overdose Prevention Program Partner, contact us at: PHDopioidinfo@kanecountyil.gov​ 

Opioid Overdose Prevention Partners

The following organizations participate in the program by carrying naloxone and getting trained on opioid overdose response.

Kane County Police and Fire Departments

  • Algonquin PD
  • Aurora PD
  • Aurora University Campus PD
  • Batavia PD
  • Campton Hills PD
  • Carpentersville PD
  • East Dundee PD
  • Elburn PD
  • Elgin Community College Campus PD
  • Elgin PD
  • Fox River and Countryside FD
  • Fox Valley Park District PD
  • Geneva PD
  • Gilberts PD
  • Hampshire FD
  • Hampshire PD
  • Hoffman Estates PD
  • Huntley PD
  • Kane County Forest Preserve PD
  • Kane County Juvenile Justice Center
  • Kane County Sheriff's Office
  • Kaneville Fire Protection District
  • Maple Park PD
  • Montgomery PD
  • North Aurora PD
  • Pingree Grove PD
  • Rochelle PD
  • Sleepy Hollow PD
  • South Elgin PD
  • St. Charles PD
  • Streamwood PD
  • Sugar Grove PD
  • Waubonsee Community College Campus PD
  • Wayne PD
  • West Dundee PD

Healthcare Providers

  • Advocate Aurora-Dreyer Clinic
  • Ascension Illinois
  • DeKalb County Health Department
  • Greater Family Health
  • Lee County​​ Health Department
  • Northwestern Medicine
  • Ogle County Department
  • Tri City Health Partnership
  • VNA

Community Organizations

  • African American Men of Unity
  • Association for Individual Development
  • Children's Home + Aid Families and Children in Treatment
  • Echo Development Center
  • Family Counseling Services
  • Hearts of Hope
  • Hesed House
  • Lifespring Ministry
  • One Collective
  • Simply Destinee

Substance Use Treatment Centers

  • Ecker Center
  • Family Guidance Centers
  • Gateway Foundation
  • Greater Family Health
  • Hearts of Hope & Lutheran Social Services
  • Latino Treatment Center
  • Lighthouse Recovery
  • Lutheran Social Services
  • Mathers Clinic
  • Mutual Ground/Breaking Free
  • Path to Recovery
  • Recovery Centers of America

Kane County Government

  • Kane County Coroner
  • Kane County Court Services
  • Kane County Collaborative Diversion Program
  • Kane County State's Attorney's Office


  • Central School District 301
  • Mid Valley Special Education Co-op
  • Mooseheart Child City and School
  • Waubonsee Community College
  • West Aurora HS​


  • ​Aurora Packing Company
  • Painters District Council #30​​