Naloxone kits

Where to get naloxone kits in your community

The following NH locations have naloxone kits available through state distribution. Please contact the organizations listed below for more information on how to access naloxone kits that can be used in an emergency overdose situation.

You must be a patient of one of these health centers to receive a free naloxone kit.*

All providers should be aware of the legislation that authorizes physicians to prescribe, dispense, or distribute, directly or by standing order to individuals who request naloxone. Providers can go to the NH Medical Society’s website for information specific to the new laws (House Bills 270 and 271):

Community Health Centers in receipt of State-Purchased Naloxone Kits for Patients

Community Health Center Address Phone
Ammonoosuc Community Health Services 25 Mt. Eustis Road Littleton NH 03561 (Pharmacy) 444-2464
Concord Hospital Family Health Center 250 Pleasant Street Concord NH 03301 228-7200
Coos County Family Health Services 133 Pleasant Street Berlin, NH 03570 752-2040
Families First of the Greater Seacoast 100 Campus Dr, Suite 12, Portsmouth NH 03801 422-8208
Goodwin Community Health Center 311 Route 108 Somersworth NH 03878 749-2346
Harbor Homes, Inc. 45 High Street, Nashua NH 03060 881-8436
Indian Stream Health Center 141 Corliss Lane, Colebrook NH 03576 237-8336
Lamprey Health Care 207 South Main Street, Newmarket NH 03857 659-3106
Manchester Community Health Center 145 Hollis Street, Manchester NH 03101 626-9500
Manchester Health Care for the Homeless 1528 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101 663-8718
Manchester Health Department 1528 Elm Street, Manchester NH 03101 624-6466
Mid-State Health Center 1101 Boulder Point Drive, Suite 1, Plymouth, NH 03264 536-4000
Mid-State Health Center 100 Robie Road, Bristol, NH 03222 744-6200
Newport Health Center/New London Hospital Association, Inc. 273 County Road, New London NH 03257 526-2911
White Mountain Community Health Center PO Box 2800, Conway NH 03818 447-8900

Additional clinics, hospitals, and public health events will be receiving naloxone as requested and available in the coming months.

*If you or your loved one is not a patient of one of these clinics but you are interested in obtaining a naloxone kit in the event of an overdose emergency, you may choose to become a patient or to contact your own or your family member’s primary care provider to get a prescription. All primary care providers should be aware of the legislation that passed that authorizes providers to legally provide these prescriptions to those who request it. Providers can go to the NH Medical Society’s website for information specific to the new laws enacted June 2, 2015: