Division of Student Affairs > Support Services > Health & Wellness > Alcohol & Substance Misuse Prevention > Opioids
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.
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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 (firstname.lastname@example.org), 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.