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Opioid Overdose Reversal and Prevention

​About

Narcan, a brand of Naloxone, is a prefilled, needle-free device used to reverse the effect of an opioid overdose. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist and can bind to opioid receptors to reverse and block the effects of opioids. Learn more here.

Get Help

If you are a student struggling with opioid use, know you have support and resources. For immediate assistance, call public safety (Lincoln Park: 773-325-7777; Loop: 312-362-8400) or 911. For non-emergency support, contact The Office of Health Promotion & Wellness (hpw@depaul.edu), DOS (773-325-7290), or University Counseling Services (Lincoln Park: 773-325-7779; Loop: 312-362-6923).

If you are an employee struggling with opioid use, you can reach out to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) at any time.

Resources

On Campus:

Off Campus:

Quick Contacts

  • DePaul Public Safety (Available 24/7)
    LPC: 7730.325.7777
    Loop: 312.362.8400
  • Chicago Police
    For Emergencies - Call 911
  • AOD Contact
    Office of Health Promotion & Wellness
    Lincoln Park Student Center, Suite 302
    2250 N Sheffield Ave.
    773.325.7129 hpw@depaul.edu
  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse Action Helpline
    1.800.662.4357
  • Dean of Students
    Lincoln Park Student Center, Suite 307
    2250 N. Sheffield Ave.
    773.325.7290