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Naloxone Kits Distributed to Project Safe Neighborhoods Police Department

May 4, 2021
Naloxone kits distributed to PSN Police Departments

Left to right Ryan Duxbury Manager of Anchor Recovery’s Mobile Outreach Recovery Efforts (MORE) team; Michelle Harter, Community Relations, Consultation and Training Manager; U.S. Attorney's Office Outreach Coordniator David Neil; MORE Team Assistant Manager Megan Perry


124 kits of nasal naloxone are being distributed to our five Project Safe Neighborhoods partner police departments - Woonsocket, Central Falls, Pawtucket, Providence and Cranston. The kits will be distributed by patrol officers in areas where a significant number of overdoses are occurring. The kits will be provideds without asking the recipients’ personal information. Each kit has an Anchor Recovery label with a QR code that provides Anchor Recovery’s pertinent information and a short video on how to use naloxone. This initiative is designed to reduce overdose deaths, encourage peer-to-peer support, and improve police / community relations.



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