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Anyone. Anytime. Campaign
In 2015 in response to the opioid crisis, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services created the Anyone.Anytime.NH Campaign. In that year more than 300 people in New Hampshire died as a result of drug overdose, very often related to opioids.

The Anyone.Anytime.NH Campaign was designed to educate the public and professionals about addiction, emergency overdose medication and accessibility to support services for those experiencing opioid addiction.

As part of the state’s effort to stem the tide of overdoses, DHHS also ordered naloxone kits in 2015 as part of the statewide Naloxone Distribution and Training Initiative Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol. These kits were provided free to at-risk individuals, and their family and friends who did not have the means to pay for naloxone. Kits were primarily distributed through the state’s health centers and community events held by the state’s Regional Public Health Networks.

The Anyone.Anytime.NH Campaign microsite includes pages about where individuals can purchase the opioid-reversal drug naloxone without a prescription, a calendar of events where free naloxone kits are distributed, information on participating social service agencies that distribute free kits to their clients, downloadable marketing materials and informational pieces, and much more.

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