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Narcan (naloxone) is available without a prescription to anyone with their Buff OneCard at the Health Promotions front desk, on the third floor of Wardenburg Health Center.
Naloxone is also available for purchase from the Apothecary Pharmacy on the main floor of Wardenburg Health Center.
Contact the pharmacy to confirm availability and pricing: 303-492-8553
Find other pharmacies that carry naloxone
Naloxone is an FDA-approved medication that can be used to temporarily reverse opioid overdoses. Naloxone is typically administered through a nasal spray, but it also comes in an injectable from.
Common brand names include: Narcan, Evzio, Kloxxado
Naloxone can be used to reverse overdoses caused by opioids like:
Learn how to use naloxone.
If you or someone you know uses opioid medications, plans to experiment with prescription or illicit drugs, or is at risk of an accidental overdose, you should carry naloxone.
Here are some situations that can increase a person's risk of overdose:
The CU Collegiate Recovery Community (CUCRC) provides community, support and connection for students, faculty and staff in recovery or seeking recovery from a wide range of behaviors, including drug and alcohol addiction.
Over 200 Pharmacies in Colorado carry naloxone. Stop the Clock is a free tool that can help you find local pharmacies that carry naloxone.
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Learn how to identify and respond to an alcohol- or drug-related overdose.
There are a variety of free training opportunities available to staff, faculty and student organizations, including:
This workshop provides students with a safe, judgement-free space where they can explore their relationship with substance use. Students of all levels of use or non-use are welcome.