The Kane County Health Department periodically holds events to provide the public with free Narcan/naloxone and training on how to use it. View our Event Calendar for upcoming Narcan pick up dates and locations.
Additionally, the following Opioid Overdose Prevention Program Partners provide Narcan to community members. Contact one of the following to request a Narcan kit at no charge:
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 Narcan so that they can help reverse an overdose caused by opioids.
Opioid Overdose Prevention Program Partner organizations may use our online form (coming soon) to request Narcan 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 for more information.
The following organizations participate in the program by carrying Narcan/naloxone and getting trained on opioid overdose response.
Non-emergency calls received after working hours will be answered the next business day.