Naloxone for Law Enforcement



This program is only for law enforcement agencies in Kentucky.

If you are a Law Enforcement agency in one of the counties shown in GREEN on this image, we have a different grant to support your agency. Please click on the map or this link to be taken to that grant page.

Here is a list of the counties shown on the above map:
Adair Clay Henderson Lewis Morgan Rowan
Bath Elliot Henry Lincoln Muhlenberg Scott
 Bell Estill Jackson Livingston Nelson Simpson
Bourbon  Fleming Jessamine Logan Nicholas Taylor
 Boyd Floyd Johnson Magoffin Owsley Washington
 Boyle Franklin Knott Marion Pendleton Wayne
 Bracken Gallatin Knox Martin Perry Whitley
 Breathitt Garrard Laurel Mason Pike Wolfe
 Breckenridge Grant Lawrence McCreary Powell
Carroll Greenup Lee Menifee Pulaski
Carter Harlan Leslie Mercer Robertson
Clark Harrison Letcher Montgomery Rockcastle

If your agency is ANY OTHER COUNTY than one of the above mentioned 68 counties, please proceed with your request below. 


There are currently two nasal naloxone formulations available: Narcan 4mg and Kloxxado 8mg. Both of these products are effective. Kloxxado may be useful if your department is responding to overdoses that ROUTINELY require MORE than two doses of 4 mg Narcan to reverse.

If you have questions about which product is more appropriate for your agency, please contact
Jody Jaggers

The current evidence indicates that naloxone 4mg nasal spray (ie. Narcan) is an effective dose and route of administration for opioid overdose reversal.  
There are now two strengths of nasal naloxone formulations available: Narcan 4mg and Kloxxado 8mg. Both products are effective, however Kloxxado may be useful if your agency is responding to overdoses that ROUTINELY require MORE than two (2) doses of 4 mg naloxone to reverse.

Order Naloxone:

Kentucky law enforcement agencies NOT covered by the FR-CARA grant can request naloxone by utilizing the following process:

Step 1: Click HERE to access the Naloxone Request Form.
Step 2: Complete the Request Form. Be sure to indicate if training is being requested.
Step 3: Approved requests will be shipped to the requesting agency with 2 weeks.

Law Enforcement Narcan Training Video

July 28, 2021
Kentucky Law Enforcement Magazine Article:

"Lifesaving Measures: Legislation makes Narcan More Readily Available"

From the Article:
..."In other words, it is perfectly legal for anyone to possess naloxone, and it is commonly found in the possession of individuals who are, themselves, not illegal drug users – including family, friends, medical providers, social workers, private individuals and public safety personnel.  Possessing the medication would not be likely be considered indicative that illegal drugs are in the vicinity, although no case law exists yet."...

 Updated Guidance for Law Enforcement and First Responders for Administering Naloxone during the COVID-19 Pandemic