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Naloxone Access in Livingston County

In Michigan, you can get naloxone through:

  • Harm Reduction Agencies
  • Naloxone Vending Machines
  • Mail Order
  • Provider Prescriptions
    • Ask your provider to prescribe naloxone
  • State Registered Pharmacies
    • You do not need a prescription
    • Pharmacist fills naloxone using the Michigan Naloxone Standing Order
    • Pay the co-pay – the amount depends on your insurance
      • Medicaid: $0 – $3 co-pay
      • Other: up to $149

 

HARM REDUCTION AGENCIES

Livingston County CMH

     2280 E Grand River Ave

     517-546-4126; bheinlein@cmhliv.org

     Weekdays 5 – 9 PM 

     Weekends: 24 hours/day

Recovery Advocates in Livingston (RAIL)

     2020 E Grand River Ave

     517-376-6262

     Monday – Wednesday 11 AM – 4 PM

Key Development Center

     2060 Grand River Annex

     810-220-8192

     Monday – Thursday 9 AM – 6 PM

     Friday 9 AM – 3 PM

 

MAIL ORDER

NEXT Distro

nextdistro.org/michigan 

PHARMACIES

Find a pharmacy near you 

Call ahead with your insurance details to confirm availability and receive information about your co-pay.

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Cite this work:
OPEN: Opioid Prescribing Engagement Network. (2022). Naloxone Access- Livingston County. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.56137/OPEN.000083

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Livingston County Naloxone Access Card

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