Lawrence-based nonprofit DCCCA will be able to expand distribution of a lifesaving opioid overdose reversal drug as part of a new collaboration.
Chrissy Mayer of DCCCA led a free training session this week on how to acquire, store and administer Narcan in case someone overdoses on opioids.
Douglas County commissioners on Wednesday signed off on a plan for Lawrence-based nonprofit DCCCA to increase distribution of Narcan, the lifesaving opioid overdose reversal drug, throughout the county.
”This commission may consider a delay of a week or two to be no big deal, simply a way of doing their due diligence. But it very well could be the difference between life and death for one of our community members,” Kirsten Kuhn writes in this column.
Douglas County commissioners on Wednesday held off on approving a plan for DCCCA to distribute a lifesaving opioid overdose reversal drug throughout the community in order to get more specifics.
Lawrence-based nonprofit DCCCA has a plan to distribute a lifesaving opioid overdose reversal drug throughout Douglas County. Commissioners will consider the funding request on Wednesday.
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