Patient Resources

Naloxone Access Point

Stevens Community Medical Center (SCMC) is an Overdose Prevention Partner as designated by the Steve Rummler HOPE Network (SRHN) and a registered Naloxone Access Point (NAP) through the SRHN. We now provide naloxone (the opioid overdose reversal medication), training and education, organizational policies and fentanyl test strips to the public at no cost.

Steps to request a kit?
When a person requests a kit, a qualified medical provider (RN, MD, DO, PA-C, CNP or Pharmacist) trained in opioid overdose education will review the the individual’s eligibility for a kit using the following criteria, all criteria must be met.
The person requesting the kit must be:
• A current opioid user, an individual with a history of opioid use, or someone with contact with opioid users;
• At risk for overdose or likelihood of contact with someone at risk;
• Able to understand and willing to learn the essential components of Overdose Prevention and Response and naloxone administration either by scanning the QR code on the kit bag or by reading the instruction card provided in the kit.
• To request a kit, call the SCMC nursing station (320) 589-7677 or just stop by to request a kit.  

All information on SCMC NAP can be read here.