Find naloxone near you

Find the closest naloxone pharmacy or program to you using our map or listing by county.

In this section:

There are three ways to get naloxone in Washington State:

  • Pharmacy with prescription: Any prescriber can write a prescription for naloxone and any pharmacy can fill that prescription. For more information, see our health care providers page.
  • Pharmacy without prescription: Under Washington’s Statewide Standing Order anyone can obtain naloxone directly from any pharmacy that carries it.  Like getting a flu shot, a customer can obtain naloxone directly from a pharmacist without first seeing a doctor. Call ahead to check availability, which can vary greatly.
  • Community programs: Many syringe exchange and other community programs distribute naloxone, although some distribute only to clients and not to community members at large. Contact the program to find out.

Insurance Coverage

  • WA Medicaid covers most forms of naloxone with no co-pay, and most plans have no limits on the number of kits that can be obtained in a year.
  • Most commercial health insurance plans cover at least one form of naloxone. Coverage and co-pays vary widely.

Find naloxone in Washington State

Please note the following:

  • Some program websites may not mention naloxone, even though naloxone is indeed available.
  • Many pharmacies and community programs carry only one form of naloxone (e.g., intramuscular or intranasal). Not all products may be available in your area.
  • For pharmacies, it’s best to call ahead to confirm product availability, cost, and insurance coverage. 

Want naloxone delivered to your home?

Like many other medications, naloxone can be mailed or dropped off. Contact your local pharmacy to see if they carry naloxone, and if they offer delivery or mail order. Under the standing order a pharmacy can directly prescribe you naloxone, and charge your insurance, and send it to you.

 

Map of Washington State Providers

All pharmacies in Washington are able to provide naloxone to people directly, without a prescription. Call ahead to check availability.

To find naloxone near you, use the + and – buttons below to zoom in and out or search by your zip code.

      To add your Washington State program to this list, please send an email to stopovd@uw.edu.

       

      Clallam County
      Clallam County Syringe Services, Port Angeles and Forks

      Clark County
      Clark County Needle Exchange, Vancouver
      Share, Vancouver

      Cowlitz County
      Cowlitz Family Health Center Syringe Exchange, Kelso

      Ferry County
      Northeast Tri County Health District, Republic

      Franklin County
      Blue Mountain Heart to Heart, Kennewick

      Grant County
      Grant Integrated Services Syringe Exchange, Moses Lake

      Grays Harbor County
      Grays Harbor County Public Health and Social Services, Aberdeen

      Island County
      Island County Public Health, Camano, Langley, Oak Harbor

      Jefferson County
      Jefferson County Public Health Syringe Exchange, Port Townsend

      King County/Seattle
      Coalition for Rights and Safety, Federal Way
      SeaTac, Tukwila
      Hepatitis Education Project, Seattle
      Hope Crew Outreach, Seattle
      Northwest Medication Management, Seattle
      People’s Harm Reduction Alliance, Seattle, North and East King County
      Project NEON, Seattle
      Robert Clewis Center, Seattle
      South King County Mobile Medical Unit, South King County
      Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle
      YouthCare-Orion Center, Seattle

      Kitsap County
      Ostrich Bay Exchange, Bremerton

      Kittitas County
      Kittitas County Never Share Syringe Exchange Program, Ellensburg

      Mason County
      Mason County Community Services, Shelton

      Okanogan County
      Okanogan County Public Health Syringe Exchange, Okanogan

      Pend Oreille County
      Northeast Tri County Health District, Newport

      Pierce County
      Pt. Defiance AIDS Projects Syringe Exchange, Tacoma
      Kirk’s Pharmacy, Eatonville and Puyallup

      Skagit County
      Adam Kartman, MD at CCS Recovery Center, Burlington
      Phoenix Recovery Services Syringe Exchange, Mt. Vernon and other mobile sites
      Skagit Regional Clinic, Sedro-Woolley
      Skagit Regional Clinic (Riverbend), Mount Vernon
      Skagit Regional Clinic (Hospital), Mount Vernon

      Snohomish County
      AIDS Outreach Project/Snohomish Syringe Exchange, Everett
      Tulalip Clinical Pharmacy (for both tribal and general community members, offers free naloxone in addition to pharmacy), Tulalip

      Spokane County
      M.H.A. Speakout Speakup, Spokane
      Spokane Regional Health District, Spokane

      Stevens County
      Northeast Tri County Health District, Colville

      Thurston County
      EGYHOP, Olympia
      Partners in Prevention (PiPE), Olympia
      Thurston County Public Health Syringe Exchange, Olympia and other mobile sites

      Walla Walla County
      Blue Mountain Heart to Heart, Walla Walla

      Whatcom County
      Adam Kartman, MD at Catholic Community Services Recovery Center, Bellingham; Lummi Healing Spirit OTP, Bellingham
      Whatcom County Health Department Syringe Exchange, Bellingham

      Yakima County
      White Swan Community Coalition, White Swan
      Yakima County Health District Syringe Exchange, Yakima

       

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