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DuPage Narcan Program for Community Members

Beginning in 2017, the DuPage Narcan Program (DNP) began training community members on the use of naloxone in the event that they need to prevent a friend, family member, or others from dying of an opioid overdose.

Community members who have been trained through the DNP must fill out a DNP use form once they have used the naloxone provided to them through the DNP, using this link: 

https://form.jotform.us/72354216755155 

If you have any questions about the DNP program, please contact Mila Tsagalis at mtsagali@dupagehealth.org 

The DuPage Narcan Program (DNP), approved by the Division Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) in September 2013, is the first county-wide overdose prevention program in the State of Illinois. The DNP is a collaborative effort among the DuPage County Coroner, Chiefs of Police Association, Sheriff, State's Attorney and Health Department that was initiated by a dramatic increase in heroin deaths in June 2013.