Fentanyl Awareness & Resources

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Welcome to the City of Milton's resource page dedicated to providing support and information for those affected by fentanyl addiction, whether you're struggling personally or seeking assistance for a loved one. While we are not the health department, we recognize the significance of this issue in our community and are committed to offering a platform that connects you with valuable resources.

On this page, you will find an array of curated links to reputable organizations, treatment centers, and educational material to help combat fentanyl addiction and support prevention efforts. From understanding the risks associated with fentanyl to finding local treatment options, our aim is to guide and support you on your journey to recovery and awareness.

If you or someone you know is in immediate crisis, please call emergency services or seek medical attention immediately. Your safety and well-being are paramount.

Remember, you are not alone in this battle. Together, we can create a stronger, healthier Milton. Remember, it only takes once. #SpreadTheWord 

Fentanyl Education & Resources: 

Santa Rosa Health Department

Phone: (850) 983-5200 

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Phone: (202) 307-1000

Florida Department of Health

Naxolone Resources: 

The medication can be given by intranasal spray, intramuscular (into the muscle), subcutaneous (under the skin), or intravenous injection. Click here to learn more. 

Narcan Nasal Spray:

Be ready. At home, at work or on the go with NARCAN® Nasal Spray. Available over the counter. Click here to learn more.