Missouri's made a program to make Narcan accessible to pretty much anyone.

For thos who don't know, Narcan is a drug that reverses the effects of opiods. Emergency workers respond, give narcan, and they basically wake up in minutes. Most refuse transport.

Now, we've must finished training and will begin leaving "kits" at the scenes of these overdoses if they refuse transport. It includes another dose of narcan (should the first one wear off) and literature for drug abuse treatment centers/numbers in the area. We also give them tips like don't use alone, always leave your door unlocked and how to dispost of used needles.

Thoughts?