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Project HOPE

Project HOPE Narcan kit building event group of volunteers.

Above: Volunteers help to build Project HOPE kits at a community event.

Find Naloxone

Naloxone is life-saving medication that can reverse an opioid overdose.  

  • If you are an individual who wants naloxone for yourself or a loved one, please contact one of our Project Hope partners.
  • If you want to become a distributor of naloxone or you need a refill of your naloxone order, ​please register as a customer of Project Hope at the li​nk:​ ​​


Project HOPE is working with community organizations to distribute or administer Narcan® in Alaska. Narcan® (naloxone) is a medication that used to respond to opioid overdose. It temporarily blocks or reverses the effects of opioids. In most cases the effect is immediate (within 30 to 40 seconds), blocking the effects of the overdose and allowing the person to breathe again. This gives time to seek emergency medical assistance. Its use is supported by many organizations, including the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the World Health Organization. 

"I always carry a rescue kit with me just because. I always have one in my backpack..."

Organizations eligible to apply to distribute Narcan® as a partner in Project HOPE may include, but are not limited to: public health centers, law enforcement agencies, fire departments, community and faith-based organizations, social service agencies, substance use treatment programs, shelters and transitional housing agencies.

Project HOPE is able to directly provide naloxone medication to Alaskans. Under the authority of AS 17.20.085 and a February 14, 2017 Declaration of Disaster Emergency, a medical standing order authorizes any approved Department of Health and Social Services Project HOPE Overdose Response Program (ORP) to maintain supplies of opioid overdose rescue kits for the purpose of distributing/administering to a person at risk of experiencing an opioid overdose or a family member, friend, caregiver, or other person in a position to administer the opioid overdose drug naloxone (i.e., Narcan ® Nasal Spray) to a person at risk of experiencing an opioid overdose.

We encourage community organizations to work together to refer people to existing distribution sites that are active within their community.


OSMAP’s Project HOPE distributed over 12,000 opioid-reversing naloxone rescue kits and provided training on use to first responders across the state. Project HOPE also trained and approved 29 Opioid Response Programs to help ensure rescue kit training and distribution continues at the local level.

With help from many partner agencies, Project HOPE has distributed over 25,000 drug disposal bags to communities across Alaska. This provided individuals with a means to safely dispose of opioids and other unused prescription medications.

Over 250 lives have been saved through Project HOPE and Alaska’s overdose response programs.

Evaluation and reporting

"I thought that it would be some long, drawn out training process but no, it wasn't. It was real short, real simple."

To learn from and improve our program, we require participants to submit the following forms. Thank you for your feedback. If you are unable to submit the forms digitally as shown below, see the printable forms page.

Online forms

If you used Narcan® in response to an overdose,submit this evaluation.

Getting ready to be trained and receive a Narcan® kit? If you are not a Project HOPE trainer or first responder, submit this evaluation

If you are being designated as a trainer within an agency or organization that offers Project HOPE, please submit this evaluationbefore your training.

If you are a first responder, submit this evaluation before and after you receive training. 

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Contact us

If you have questions about Project HOPE, or would like to learn more about offering kits, email: