The Recovery Village
In this website you find short list of all substances that most often cause addictions and ways to deal with them
In this website, you find a great selection of information covering: types of addiction, how Is addiction recognized, what causes addiction and how organized support groups for families of addicts.
Harm Reduction Coalition
In the Overdose Prevention section of their website they have a great selection of documents covering: News and Updates, Overview of Overdose, Tools and Best Practice Information, and Policy and Advocacy documents.
Community Overdose Prevention and Education (COPE) is a community-based opioid overdose prevention initiative funded by the Victorian Government. COPE provides training and support to primary health and community organisation staff. These trained staff will provide education to individuals who may be opioid users or potential overdose witnesses, such as a family member or friend.
Understanding the risks of mixing medications & street drugs
Ontario Harm Reduction Distribution Program: Naloxone Program
This website contains information relative to the Ontario Provincial Naloxone Program: naloxone order forms, staff training resources, and client educational resources. It also has a comprehensive Community-Based Naloxone Distribution Guidance Document.
Overdose Prevention Alliance
This website offers different manuals and tools for the implementation of a community-based overdose prevention program. It offers links to existing programs and legal resources. It can help you locate the program nearest you.
Community-based Overdose Prevention from North Carolina and the Community Care Chronic Pain Initiative.
Useful downloadable resources including posters to engage with different audiences about overdose. Includes tools for drug and alcohol treatment providers to incorporate overdose into relapse prevention and discharge planning, conversation starters and an Opioid Overdose Prevention Card Game.
Guide to Developing & Managing Overdose Prevention & Take-Home Naloxone Projects Harm Reduction Coalition:
Tools to help you increase access to naloxone in your area
Opioid Overdose Reversal with Naloxone (Narcan, Evzio)
The Chicago Recovery Alliance
Using injectable Naloxone to Reverse Opiate Overdose
Naloxone Rescue for Opioid Overdose
Toolkid and FAQs
Scotland’s Take-Home Naloxone Programme
The overall aim of the National Naloxone Programme is to contribute to a reduction in fatal opioid overdoses in Scotland. Naloxone is a medication that temporarily reverses the effects of opioid overdose, available to anyone at risk of opioid overdose.
Naloxone: A take-home antidote to drug overdose that saves lives
Naloxone therapy in opioid overdose patients: intranasal or intravenous? A randomized clinical trial
Take Home Naloxone Program
When to give Naloxone
Opioid Overdose Prevention Programs Providing Naloxone to Laypersons — United States, 2014
Naloxone: Overview, Side Effects, Dosage
This page contains information on the signs and symptoms of opioid overdose, Naloxone spray and Naloxone intramuscular injection information.
The HSE Naloxone Demonstration Project Update
Video Interview with Denis O’Driscoll, Project Lead HSE Naloxone Demonstration Project August 2016
HOW TO USE NALOXONE
Overdose prevention and response materials to educate people how to use naloxone. There are also resources for Take Home Naloxone sites that distribute kits.
Naloxone: The Welsh Experience
A presentation by Ifor Glynn, Director, Swansea Drug Project, Wales
How strong is the evidence for benefit from take-home naloxone
Opioid commission needs a push on naloxone
What is naloxone?
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how a "save shot" works in an actual heroin overdose