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Opioid Overdose Boxes to hit Hoosier Streets

(Indianapolis, IN) - Free overdose medication will soon be available on Hoosier street corners.  Governor Eric Holcomb announced Friday that boxes containing Naloxone, the remedy for opioid overdoses, will be distributed across the state for public use.


Each county will get at least one box with eight doses of Naloxone.  The so called “NaloxBox” units can be mounted outside.  Any business or organization can request a box for their facilities.  The state has 215 of them to distribute.  They were purchased with a $58,000 federal grants. 

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