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Fentanyl Poisoning

Know the Signs

What to do:

  • Can’t be woken up
  • Difficulty staying awake
  • Choking/snoring sounds
  • Slow or no breathing
  • Blue lips and nails
  • Pinpoint pupils
  • Appear dizzy/confused

Learn where you can access NARCAN® at 211 or contact Granite Wellness Centers

Talking to Your Kids

  • Be a good listener.
  • Set clear expectations about drug and alcohol use, including real consequences for not following family rules.
  • Help your child deal with peer pressure to use drugs.
  • Get to know your child’s friends and their parents.
  • If concerned, have your child evaluated for mental health issues such as depression or anxiety.
  • Monitor your child’s whereabouts.
  • Carefully monitor your child’s medications.
  • Do not leave unused opioids in accessible places in your home.
  • Supervise teen activities.
  • Talk to your child often.
  • Do not ignore signs that your child is changing in negative ways.

Source: National Institutes of Health

What is Naloxone and how do you use it?

Naloxone – also known as NARCAN® nasal spray – is a life-saving medication that can reverse an overdose from opioids, including heroin, fentanyl, and prescription opioid medications. Often given as a nasal spray, naloxone is safe and easy to use.


Naloxone quickly reverses an overdose by blocking the effects of opioids. It can restore normal breathing within 2 to 3 minutes in a person whose breath has slowed, or even stopped, as a result of opioid overdose. More than one dose of naloxone may be required when stronger opioids like fentanyl are involved.


Always call 911 before administering Naloxone as medical attention may still be required to prevent further harm.

Source: CDA

Find Naloxone near you:


Sierra Community
Medical Foundation

4220 Rocklin Road
Suite 5
Rocklin, CA 95677


(916) 630-7030


Wellness Centers

406 Sunrise Avenue
Suite #105
Roseville, California 95661


(916) 782-3737


Wellness Centers

12183 Locksley Lane,
Suite 101 – 104,
Auburn, CA 95602


(530) 885-1961


Wellness Centers

1530 Third Street
Suite 106
Lincoln, California 95648


(916) 434-8927


Gateway Mountain

10038 Meadow Way
Unit D
Truckee, CA 96161


(530) 426-2110

Kings Beach

Wellness Centers

8491 North Lake Blvd
Kings Beach, California 96143


(530) 546-5641

Also available at county substance use screening clinics on weekdays in Roseville or Auburn.

Many local pharmacies have Naloxone available for purchase without a prescription. Contact a location to learn more and save a life today.

Fentanyl test strips are also available at all Granite Wellness Centers locations.

Source: Placer-Nevada County Rx Drug Safety Coalition


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