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Naloxone Overdose Prevention Laws Map


Unintentional drug overdose is now considered to be a leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Administering naloxone hydrochloride (“naloxone”) can reverse an opioid overdose and prevent these unintentional deaths. 

To explore these laws use the query box below. This page has been updated through February 2014.

 

 

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Jurisdiction has a naloxone law

 
 
 

Prescribers immune from criminal liability

 
 
 
Naloxone program participation required
 
 
Acting with reasonable care required
 
 

Prescribers immune from civil liability

 
 
 
Naloxone program participation required
 
 
Acting with reasonable care required
 
 

Third party prescription authorized

 
 
 
Naloxone program participation required
 
 
Acting with reasonable care required
 
 

Prescription by standing order authorized

 
 
 
Naloxone program participation required
 
 
Acting with reasonable care required
 
 

Lay administrator immune from criminal prosecution

 
 
 
Naloxone program participation required
 
 
Acting with reasonable care required
 
 

Lay administrator immune from civil liability

 
 
 
Naloxone program participation required
 
 
Acting with reasonable care required
 
 

Removes criminal liability for possession of naloxone

 
 
 
Acting with reasonable care required
 
 
Naloxone program participation required
 
 

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