Over the counter naloxone is a long overdue step towards increasing access to a proven overdose prevention strategy.
This resource answers common questions about over-the-counter (OTC) naloxone such as which naloxone products were approved for over-the-counter use, when and where OTC naloxone will be available, how much OTC naloxone will cost, and how states can ensure widespread access to this lifesaving medication.
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