Programs implemented for take-home Naloxone
Take-home Naloxone programs
School, Department, or Center
Injury Control Research Center
To date, one take-home naloxone program has been implemented in a substance abuse treatment program in the Shepherdstown-Martinsburg area. This was established by Dr. John Aldis of New Life Clinics in Martinsburg. Since its initiation in September 2015, this program has resulted in 3 overdose reversals, and 4 lives saved.
Marion County Day Report Center has launched a pilot take-home naloxone program
Western Regional Day Report Center covering Cabell and Wayne Counties is planning a pilot take-home naloxone program
Berkeley-Jefferson-Morgan Day Report Center is planning a pilot take-home naloxone program
New Life Clinics (Berkeley County) has initiated a take-home naloxone program in Martinsburg. 4 overdose reversals with 5 lives saved reported
WVU Chestnut Ridge Behavioral Health Center has initiated take-home naloxone program for their inpatient and outpatient clients.
The Huntington-Cabell Health Department has announced a take-home naloxone program launch with Marshall University.
Shepherdstown-Martinsburg Marion County