Life-Saving Nasal Spray Used For Drug Overdoses Now Available In All PA Acme StoresThe nasal spray Narcan, which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, will now be available in all Acme pharmacies in Pennsylvania.
Officials Continue Efforts To Battle Deadly Heroin Epidemic In SuburbsFrom 2009-to-2014 the number of heroin overdose deaths jumped 72-percent, with 105 deaths just in Montgomery County alone.
VIDEO: Police Use Narcan To Save Man Who Overdosed On Crowded BusPolice have released video showing a man overdosing on heroin on a crowded transit bus.
New, Easier To Use Version Of Life Saving Drug Premieres In Delaware CountyDelaware County will be the first in the country to equip police officers with a new, easier to use version of Narcan, the drug that has proven to be a lifesaver on the street when encountering people overdosing on drugs.
Delco Police Honored For Saving People After Heroin OverdosesNarcan has proven to be a literal life saver to those knocking of death's door after a heroin overdose.
Camden County Drug Program Looks To Go Beyond NarcanCamden County officials have unveiled a new program targeting drug addicts saved from overdoses on the street.
100th Fatal Overdose Prevented By Narcan In CamdenOfficers found a 21-year-old Delran man unconscious and turning blue in the driver's seat of his car. He came to after a dose of Narcan.
Heroin Deaths A Growing Epidemic In PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia is one of the hardest hit cities in the country when it comes to heroin-related deaths.
Philadelphia Police Officers Being Trained To Administer Anti-heroin Drug To Potential Overdose VictimsOfficers in the East Division began being trained in January to use Naloxone, also known as Narcan, to reverse a drug overdose.
New Law Aims To Reduce Number Of Fatal Drug Overdoses In PennsylvaniaA law aimed at reducing drug overdose deaths in Pennsylvania takes effect today. Police statewide can now administer an antidote to heroin and painkillers.
Law To Curb Fatal Overdoses About To Take EffectGov. Tom Corbett's administration says a prescription drug that can reduce fatalities from heroin overdoses is about to become more widely available in Pennsylvania to police and the public.
Delaware County Distributing Anti-Overdose Drug Kits Widely to Police“We have 400 patrol vehicles," said Delco DA Jack Whelan. "Each will have one of these kits in their glove compartment.”