HEAL provides free training and distribution of 

Naloxone, a life-saving drug to reverse opioid overdoses.


If you are a family member or friend of a person who uses

opiods or if you are using yourself, you are eligible to

receive free Naloxone at our Bangor and Ellsworth office

locations. Each kit includes two vials of Naloxone

intramuscular medication and is accompanied by a 15 minute training by a member of our staff so you can prepare yourself with knowledge and tools that could save a life!


For more information about overdose risk factors and how to receive Naloxone, email

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What is Naloxone?

  • Naloxone is a safe, legal, and effective medication to quickly save someone from an opiate overdose

  • Naloxone has been used by hospitals and has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) since 1971

  • Naloxone comes in injection forms and an easy-to-use nasal spray

  • Emergency response teams and the Bangor and Ellsworth Police carry naloxone kits

Is Naloxone harmful?

  • Naloxone is not addictive and does not produce a “high”

  • Naloxone has no street value

  • Naloxone does not cause harm

  • Naloxone has no effect on people abstaining from opiates

Does the training cost anything?

  • No! HEAL provides Naloxone training and Naloxone doses for free! Each kit that we distribute contains two doses of Naloxone and syringes to administer it.