October 28, 2021

U.S. Veterans

U.S.A Veterans News, Support & Information

Stay Safe and Prepared With Naloxone From VA

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If you have opioids in your home, ask your provider if naloxone is right for you. In case of an opioid overdose, naloxone can temporarily restore breathing, allowing time for medical help to arrive. It’s safe, easy to use, and free for Veterans who need it and are enrolled with VA. Learn more about naloxone at www.MentalHealth.va.gov/Overdose.

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