Narcan Overdose Rescue Medication 

Always call 9-1-1 for a suspected overdose!

Narcan is the brand name of naloxone, a medication that temporarily reverses an opioid overdose. Like CPR and AEDs, Narcan can save lives – but you must know how to use it. You never know whose life you might save!

How to Use Narcan (Naloxone) Rescue Medication for Suspected Overdose

FDHU Online Narcan Training
Community Narcan Training Classes

2024 Community Narcan Training
Click here to register for a class!


Classes are held at our Minot location on the following Thursdays at 5:00PM. There is no charge for the training.


January 11
February 8
March 14
April 11
May 9
June 13
August 8
September 12

Report Narcan Use: Please enter information about Narcan use in this anonymous survey

First District collects data on the use of the Narcan rescue medication we distribute.   This helps us maintain our funding to continue to provide Narcan to the community.  Please enter your information into this brief survey.

Request Narcan: Any area resident can receive free Narcan rescue medication to carry in the community

Want a free two-dose kit of Narcan to carry in the community?


  1. If you have not previously been trained to use Narcan, watch the Video above and complete survey confirming you completed the course and would like a Narcan Kit*. 
  2. If you need a replacement Narcan kit*, click here.
*Must be a North Dakota resident to receive a Narcan kit
Find Treatment

The US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) maintains a directory of treatment services in your area and across the country.  You can look up options based on your location.

The State of North Dakota also has a services page for people looking for substance use treatment options or support services to help combat the impacts of substance use.

If you have any concerns regarding opioid use or Narcan or would like more resources, please contact the Health Promotions team!

Email: Jen Clark
Phone: 701-852-1376, ask for Health Promotions