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Naloxone Request for Law Enforcement

If you are a Law Enforcement agency in one of the counties shown in red 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 that are serviced by the FR-CARA grant:
Bath Floyd Letcher Nicholas Wayne
Bell Harlan Lewis Owsley Whitley
Boyd Jackson Lincoln Perry Wolfe
Breathitt Johnson Magoffin Pike  
Clark Knott Martin Powell  
Clay Laurel McCreary Pulaski  
Elliott Lawrence Menifee Robertson  
Estill Lee Montgomery Rockcastle  
Fleming Leslie Morgan Rowan  

If your agency is not in one of the above mentioned 37 counties, you can proceed with your request below.


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

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

Click here or the image below for the naloxone 4mg (Narcan) Request Form


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