Colorado Naloxone Project in the News!

Fox31 Denver, Colorado Naloxone Project wants ERs to send life-saving drug home with patients at risk of overdose.
4CBS Denver, ‘It’s Going To Save Lives’: Colorado Naloxone Project Provides Opioid Overdose Medication To At-Risk Patients
The Denver Gazette, Colorado hospitals launch project to get opioid overdose antidote to patients
The Colorado Sun, The Colorado Naloxone Project aims to make the state the first in the nation in which all hospital emergency departments offer naloxone when high-risk patients are discharged
KUNC Public Radio, New Project Wants All Colorado Hospitals To Give Opioid Overdose Reversal Drug To At-Risk Patients
KRDO News Radio, Colorado Naloxone Project aims to send at-risk patients home with antidote
Fox31 Denver, Colorado hospitals to offer Narcan to high-risk labor and delivery patients
Denver 7 News, Drug addiction: illegal fentanyl can be deadly
Denver 7 News, As Colorado sees record overdoses, the Colorado Naloxone Project pushes possible lifesaving treatment
9News, Local hospital sees success with effort to combat opioid addiction, hopes to expand program in 2022
Denver Gazette, Effort to get overdose antidote in hospitals reached nearly all Colorado facilities in first year