What is Naloxone?

What is Naloxone?

Naloxone is a medication that can reverse the opioid overdose and help potentially save a life.
As part of Governor Murphy’s initiative to combat opioid crisis, NJ Human Services is making naloxone – the opioid overdose reversal drug – available for free on June 18th.
You can visit any of the PARTICIPATING PHARMACIES to obtain free naloxone kit.


The Entrepreneurway Podcast: Being Sure That You Are the Best in the Business with Indra Cidambi Founder and Owner of Center for Network Therapy .

Indra Cidambi, M.D., is the Medical Director at the Center for Network Therapy and is recognized as a leading expert and pioneer in the field of Addiction Medicine. Under her leadership, the Center for Network Therapy started New Jersey’s first state licensed Ambulatory (Outpatient) Detoxification program for all substances nearly three years ago. Indra is Board Certified in General Psychiatry and double Board Certified in Addiction Medicine (ABAM, ABPN). She is the Vice President of the New Jersey Society of Addiction Medicine and is fluent in five languages, including Russian.


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