Overdose Resource Kits are sturdy metal boxes that can contain:
We recommend mounting a school Overdose Resource Kit near the Automated External Defibrillator (AED), usually located in the gymnasium. They may also be placed in public-accessible buildings such as libraries, gas stations, convenience stores, businesses, municipal offices, etc.
In addition to mounting your Overdose Resource Kit appropriately, it’s extremely important to train all school administrators and teachers on Narcan administration and to weave how to identify an opioid overdose and how to administer Narcan into your overall drug education program.
To order an Overdose Resource Kit, email George Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org. In return, we only ask for a nominal donation to the GIV Recovery Fund to enable us to support the addiction community.
To order an Overdose Aid Kit (OAK) from the Clinton Foundation, contact Jessica Geschke at email@example.com
We have placed kits all over the U.S. but in particular within the state of Wisconsin.