Opioid Overdose/Naloxone Training
No cost, through Orange-Ulster BOCES
Naloxone Kit include In the training
Approved Special Topic Instructor – Naloxone
Division of Criminal Justice
Trainer: Nancy Laterra-Ferraro, CPNP
845-291-0200 x 10957/845-341-8138 or
Training Location: Orange-Ulster BOCES, Carl Onken Conference Center
53 Gibson Road, Goshen, NY (behind CTEC building)
1. Click here to go to Orange-Ulster BOCES website to view the courses offered
2. When you find the date you wish to attend, click on the title, then click on “enroll now.” If this is your first time registering for a course, follow the prompts for “new user” and create an account. If you are unable to attend, be sure to access your account and drop the class.
Those whose Narcan kits have expired medications or who have had the situation to use the Narcan to prevent an overdose, may get replacement vials of the medication.
Option #1 is through ADAC
(Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Council of Orange County)
ADAC will exchange your used or expired Narcan kit. ADAC is located at 224 Main Street in Goshen. Their hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. They close from 12-1 p.m. for lunch. It is recommended you call to insure the Peer Engagement Specialist that handles the Narcan training is in, 845-294-9000. They also do a quick one-on-one training if you are interested and unable to attend a scheduled training session.
Option #2 is through the pharmacies listed in the directory link below.
Naloxone Co-payment Assistance Program (N-CAP)
The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute has an important pharmacy benefit for all New Yorkers who have prescription coverage through their health insurance plans: the Naloxone Co-payment Assistance Program (N-CAP). The key elements of this program are:
Co-payments for naloxone in an amount up to $40 for each prescription dispensed will be billed to N-CAP, not to the individual getting naloxone.
Directory with pharmacies in New York State listed by county where you can get the Naloxone: Click here
If anyone has used Narcan to prevent an overdose, he/she is requested to complete and submit the "New York State Department of Health Opioid Overdose Reporting Form".