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Medication Assisted Treatment and Emergency Referrals

Thepointny.org drug and syringe access and disposal locator

Cheryll Moore, ECDOH Opioid Program Director on how to save a life with Narcan: 8-minute video

Crisis Services: 24 Hour Addiction Hotline Buffalo and Erie County- 716-831-7007

ANY place of business can request a Free Emergency Narcan Box to install at their site, and ECDOH will keep it supplied at no cost. Call (716) 858-7695 for information.

Never Use Alone - https://neverusealone.com/ CALL US at (800) 484-3731


The Erie County Department of Health and the Erie County Opiate Epidemic Task Force have made this printable, downloadable flyer available: Narcan Saves Lives.

https://www2.erie.gov/health/sites/www2.erie.gov.health/files/uploads/pdfs/FlyerFreeNarcan.pdf


Text for Narcan – 716-225-5473

Press Releases from the Erie County Department of Health:  https://www2.erie.gov/health/news-2020 

WNY Adult Immunization Coalition - The Erie County Health Department answers your question:  How do I obtain a copy of my Immunization Records?

Erie County Senior Services – The mission of the Department of Senior Services of Erie County is to promote the well-being of all older adults through coordinated and cost-effective services which enhance their independence, dignity, and quality of life.

Transportation Services for the Elderly  - As a service to older adults (aged 60+) in Erie County, in collaboration with community partners, the Department of Senior Services offers the Going Places Transportation Program.

Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Information  - Erie County Senior Services explains the many factors people should consider when selecting a nursing home.

Family Planning - The Erie County Department of Health's (ECDOH) Family Planning Center provides confidential, non-judgmental, comprehensive and patient-centered reproductive services regardless of  age, gender, race, religious affiliation, sexual orientation and/or disability.

Medication Disposal Sites – Erie County Dept. of Health provides numerous location throughout Erie County where residents can safely dispose of  “Sharps”–Needles, Syringes & Lancets–as well as unused, unneeded or unwanted Medications (prescription or over-the-counter)


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