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. This dataset focuses on state laws that provide civil or criminal immunity to licensed healthcare providers or lay responders for opioid antagonist administration.

This is a longitudinal dataset, displaying laws from January 2001 to July 2014. To explore the variation in these laws click the "Start here" button below.

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Corey Davis, JD MSPH


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Ten states passed laws allowing access to naloxone in 2013 alone.


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