MCHHS Narcan Distribution Program
Thanks to a Financial Assistance Award from Oregon Health Authority, Marion County Health & Human Services (MCHHS) has established a Narcan Distribution Program. The primary objective of the program is to coordinate with local law enforcement, first responders, and treatment services to order, distribute, and track supplies of Narcan Nasal Spray. We see this program as a unique and important opportunity to work with local partners to make our communities safer and healthier.
Jeffrey Good, Ph.D., Narcan Distribution Program Manager
email@example.com, Desk: 503.540.2147, Cell: 503.428.2527
- MCHHS can provide Narcan administration training and documentation.
- Project Manager tracks key dates, product information, and data for orders.
- Project Manager will work with recipients to develop a diversion plan to help reduce medication waste.
- Recipients are highly encouraged to enroll in the Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) and report data to it.
- Project Manager works closely with organizations/departments to ensure supplies are current, data is being collected, and collaboration is achieved.
- Must be a first responder department, local law enforcement, fire/rescue, EMS, or local health services organization.
- Must coordinate with the MCHHS Project Manager to ensure all members/employees who might administer Narcan have received appropriate training.
- Must report all required tracking data.
- Must take responsibility for Narcan supply once distributed.
- There will be no direct distribution of Narcan from MCHHS to the general public.
- No orders will be accepted after April 30, 2020.
Marion County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) Institutions, MCSO Corrections, MCSO Enforcement, Marion County Fire District #1, Keizer Police Department, Woodburn Police Department, Turner Police Department, Aumsville Police Department, Mt. Angel Police Department, Hubbard Police Department, Monmouth Police Department, Independence Police Department, The ARCHES Project...and more to come!
Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP)
As a part of our Distribution Program, agencies are highly encouraged to register for Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area's (HIDTA) ODMAP program. ODMAP provides real-time overdose surveillance and links first responders and other agencies to a mapping tool that tracks overdoses and helps stimulate real-time response and strategic analysis across jurisdictions.
ODMAP serves many important public health and safety functions, including:
- Provides near real-time suspected overdose data across jurisdictions to support public safety and public health efforts.
- Functions as a highly accurate tracking system for Naloxone use and overdose outcomes. This is data that is traditionally hard to find in one system.
- Can serve as an early warning system for when potentially lethal batches of opioids (fentnyl) are headed to our region. Users can create tailored Spike Alert Systems for any area they choose.
- Can help bring agencies together across jurisdictions to develop opioid/drug overdose response plans.
Participating Agencies Registered with ODMAP
Marion County Health and Human Services, Marion County Sheriff's Office, Aumsville Police Department, Hubbard Police Department, Keizer Police Department, Keizer Fire District, Mt. Angel Police Department, Oregon State Police, Oregon-Idaho HIDTA, Salem Police Department, Woodburn Police Department, Monmouth Police Department, Independence Police Department, Polk County Sheriff's Office…and more to come!
Related Websites and Information
OHA website: Reducing Opioid Overdose and Misuse
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Surgeon General
Oregon Pain Guidance, Mid-Willamette Valley Region
Marion County Health and Human Services, Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services
The National Institutes of Health H.E.A.L. Initiative: "Naloxone Saves Lives"