To get Narcan (or intramuscular naloxone) for yourself or someone you know contact us! All requests are kept confidential.
send us a Facebook message
text (509) 588-7925
For organizations interested in training your staff to administer naloxone or making the medication available to the folks you serve, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For medication that helps to get off and stay off opioids
Family Health Centers
Primary Care OTN Team
Call/ text (509) 322-5971
Walk in 8am-5pm, Mon-Fri
1003 Koala Dr, Omak
106 South Whitcomb Ave, Tonasket
525 West Jay Ave, Brewster
541 W. 2nd Ave, Twisp
Members of the OTN Team
PEER RECOVERY SUPPORT
Greater Cascade Loop Area NA
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship of people who suffer from the disease of addiction.
We meet on a regular basis to help each other stay clean and share our experience, strength, and hope.
You can choose to come to a meeting in person or connect to a virtual meeting. Check out our meeting calendar to find one that works for you or call our 24 hour helpline: 888-942-0042 for assistance.
CENTRAL WA RECOVERY COALITION for Okanogan County
Patrick Sprinkle went from living a life of drugs and crime, running with a gang and bouncing in and out of prison to turning things around, working the steps and building relationships that matter.
Now he's sharing his story of addiction and recovery to help people understand what it's like being a slave to addiction and perhaps to help those struggling with addiction understand that yes, "We Do Recover."
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
Services include substance use disorder prevention, education, evaluation, treatment, management and recovery support.
For 24-hr support or to schedule an appointment, call 1-866-826-6191
HARM REDUCTION SUPPORT
Okanogan County Public Health
offers clean syringes, fentanyl test kits, and Narcan to anyone in need.
Walk in 12-4:30pm, Thu-Fri
1234 S. 2nd Ave, Okanogan
phone: (509) 422-7140
Entrance to Public Health building in Okanogan
GOOD SAMARITAN LAW
Anyone in WA State who might have or witness an opioid overdose is allowed to carry and administer naloxone.
If you seek medical assistance in a drug-related overdose, you cannot be prosecuted for drug possession.
The overdose victim is also protected from drug possession charges.