KnowOD Poster 6: In Case of Overdose, Call 911

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In case of overdose, call 911 and help save a life.

Even if you respond to naloxone given to them by family or friends, it is important to call for emergency medical services. Naloxone does not stay in your body as long as opioids, so there could be a chance that you could overdoses again once the naloxone wears off, even if you haven’t used again.

Vermont’s Good Samaritan Law provides some protection for people who have overdosed and those who call 911 in case of an overdose emergency.

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