Where to get a free naloxone kit
Check our map of locations where you can get naloxone kits and training on how to use them.
Search the map to find the closest pharmacy* or community organization where you can pick up a naloxone kit.
The regions in the table below have mobile units that distribute naloxone kits.
Some mobile services travel a fixed route on a fixed schedule – give them a call to find out when they’ll be near you.
The mobile service team will train you on how to recognize an opioid overdose and how to use the naloxone kit.
Please note: The mobile service is not an ambulance service.
|Location||Mobile Unit Name||Telephone||Additional Information|
|Durham Region||John Howard Society of Durham –Outreach Service|
|Elgin County||Elgin St. Thomas Public Health –Wellness Wagon|
|Halton Region||Halton Region Health Department – Needle Exchange Outreach|
|Hamilton||City of Hamilton Public Health Services – Harm Reduction Program|
|Hamilton||City of Hamilton Public Health Services – The Van Program|
|Kitchener/ Waterloo/ Cambridge||Sanguen Health Centre – Community Health Van|
|Niagara Region||Positive Living Niagara – Beyond The N.O.D. Outreach Program|
|Ottawa||Ottawa Public Health – Site Van|
|Peel Region||Peel Works Needle Exchange Program|
|Thunder Bay||Thunder Bay District Health Unit Mobile Outreach|
|Thunder Bay||Thunder Bay District Health Unit – Street Nursing|
|Toronto||The Works, Toronto Public Health – Now Van|
|Toronto||South Riverdale Community Health Centre – Mobile Outreach|