Take Home Naloxone program

The Australian Government is investing in a program to make naloxone available free to people who may experience, or witness, an opioid overdose.

Learn about the Take Home Naloxone program

Find out what the program is about and how it will reduce the impact of opioid overdoses.

Who is at risk of an opioid overdose

Discover who is at risk of an opioid overdose or adverse reaction and what to do in an emergency.

How to use naloxone

Learn who can administer naloxone, when and how it should be given and where to go for help and support.

How to supply naloxone

Find out who can supply naloxone as part of the program and when it will be made available.

3 people

die every day from opioid-related use

Over 110,000

Australians are currently struggling with opioid dependence

64%

of drug-induced deaths in 2018 involved opioids

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