In 2016, 64,070 people died
of a drug overdose in the United States.
In comparison, there have been 62,740 total deaths
from Iraq and Vietnam Wars combined.
Opioid overdose kills more Americans than cars or guns.
In 2016, overdose deaths rose to 64,070,
surpassing the 37,757 individuals who died in car crashes
and the 36,252 gun deaths, including homicides and suicides
(Centers For Disease Control)
WHAT IS OPIOID RESCUE
Traveling Pharmacy and Drug Education Program with Narcan Rescue Kit Dispensing
Opioid Rescue is an innovative program designed to increase access to the opioid overdose antidote Narcan (naloxone) and remove barriers to care through the mobile dispensing of Narcan rescue kits.
You no longer have to obtain a prescription from your doctor or go to a pharmacy to obtain Narcan in Massachusetts. We bring the pharmacy to you. Opioid Rescue is a secure, safe way to obtain Narcan, overdose education, and training services in a non-medical, anonymous setting. Our mobile pharmacy staff will remotely fill and dispense Narcan (naloxone) products, as well as bill third-party insurance companies (optional). Services are HIPAA compliant. If you plan to use your insurance, we highly recommend submitting this information in advance by using the electronic form at the bottom of this page or emailing email@example.com.
Pilot program approved by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Supported by the MA Bureau of Substance Abuse Services.
Opioid Rescue community outreach events provide the following:
Narcan (Naloxone) Rescue Kits. Available on a first-come, first-serve basis. To reserve a Narcan kit in advance, fill out the Individual Registration Form for Sullivan's Pharmacy below. Email the completed form to
Opioid and substance abuse education
Overdose prevention and Narcan training
Recovery, treatment, and other resources
Question and answer session and counseling with a community pharmacist
To request an Opioid Rescue event in your community, complete the Opioid Rescue Event Request Form below.
To reserve a Narcan kit in advance, complete the Individual Registration Form
WHO WE ARE
Opioid Rescue is brought to you by End Mass Overdose, Inc. and Sullivan's Healthcare, Inc.
Allison E. Burns, PharmD, RPh
President, End Mass Overdose, Inc.
Pharmacist Consultant and Advisor, Massachusetts Department of Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services
Affiliate Clinical Preceptor of Substance Abuse and Addiction, Northeastern University
Adjunct Faculty, Cinical Preceptor of Substance Abuse and Addiction Medicine, MCPHS University
Timothy D. Fensky, RPh, DPh, FACA
President, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy
Director of Operations, Sullivan's Healthcare, Inc.
Executive Committee Member, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
Adjunct Faculty Member, MCPHS University
Dr. Alexander Y. Walley, MD, MSc
Attending Physician, Boston Medical Center
Associate Professor of Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine
Clinical Instructor of Medicine, Harvard School of Medicine
Medical Director, Opioid Overdose Prevention Pilot Program, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Director, Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program, Boston Medical Center
Co-Director, Fellow Immersion Training Program in Addiction Medicine
Associate Director, Faster Paths to Treatment Addiction Urgent Care Clinic
WHO WE SERVE
Communities, organizations, and facilities within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
SKIP THE LINE: SIGN UP TO PRE-FILL YOUR NARCAN RESCUE KIT
Skip the line at the event by submitting your information, including prescription insurance, in advance. Having this information in advance will allow the pharmacist to pre-fill and bill your Narcan (naloxone) rescue kit. You will need to verify your name and date of birth at pickup. Bringing your prescription insurance card with you to the event is highly recommended.
Like all other prescription medications, Narcan (naloxone) may be paid for by your insurance. Coverage and price vary based on each individual's coverage. Most plans cover naloxone products, but we cannot guarantee this for every insurance plan. Please use the electronic form below to submit the following: name of insurance carrier, name of pharmacy benefits manager (PBM), name of patient, patient ID, group ID, BIN number. All of this information is available on your prescription card.
What's a pharmacy benefits manager (PBM)?
A PBM is a third party that your insurance carrier uses to cover your prescriptions. For example, the Medicaid insurance carrier Mass Health uses several PBM's, including Neighborhood Health, Network Health, Fallon, Health Safety Net, Beacon Solutions, etc. A private insurance carrier such as Blue Cross Blue Shield often uses Express Scripts as a PBM.
Can someone else pick up my Narcan (naloxone) rescue kit at the event?
Yes, like any other prescription, another person may pick up your Narcan rescue kit. This individual must verify your full name and date of birth at pickup.
Cost should never be a barrier to receiving a Narcan rescue kit. If you do not have insurance or do not wish to use your insurance, our team will work with you to find the most cost-effective option to fit your needs.
Narcan Rescue Kits are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reserve your Narcan kit in advance by completing the Sullivan's Pharmacy Registration Form below. If you do not wish to bill your insurance, leave this information blank. Email the completed form to
INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION FORM
REQUEST AN EVENT: BRING OPIOID RESCUE TO YOUR COMMUNITY
To schedule an Opioid Rescue event in your community, fill out the Opioid Rescue Event Request Form and send the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. All requests are answered in the order they were received.
OPIOID RESCUE EVENT REQUEST FORM
To request more information on Opioid Rescue, please contact us below.
OPIOID RESCUE is a registered trademark of Burns Global Partners, LLC. Patent pending. NARCAN is a registered trademark of Adapt Pharma.
All property violations will be prosecuted to the fullest extent permitted by law