An opioid overdose requires immediate medical attention. Call 911 immediately if you or someone you know exhibits any of the symptoms.
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Overcome Your Addiction

If you’re struggling with an opioid addiction, you already know that recovery isn’t easy. But with the right support, it’s definitely possible. While recovery means different things to different people, it’s all about reducing the harm an opioid addiction can cause – for you, and those you care about.


With a community of support and realistic conversations about your needs, you can help your friends and allies to help you. It’s important to be honest about your progress. Having open conversations about harm reduction can help. Knowing how to administer NARCAN® and having it on hand is another way to be there for each other. You don’t need to recover alone, and Minnesota has many resources to offer.

Opioids Affect Us All

The opioid crisis truly is about all of us. Age, income, or education makes no difference; both working professionals, blue collar tradespeople, and unhoused individuals have found themselves struggling with addiction. Learn what you can do to help others and find ways to take care of yourself.

The Toolkit

Learn about prevention, overdose response, and treatment. You can print out these materials to share with your community, school, and family.