Opioid overdose: poster
Know how to recognize an opioid overdose
Anyone using opioids, even in small amounts, can overdose.
Fentanyl and other dangerous substances are being mixed with or disguised as other drugs like heroin, oxycodone, cocaine and ecstasy/MDMA.
Signs of an Opioid Overdose
Blue lips or nails
Dizziness and confusion
Can't be woken up
Choking, gurgling or snoring sounds
Slow, weak or no breathing
Drowsiness or difficulty staying awake
Suspect an Overdose?
Call 911 or your local emergency number
Ask festival staff for help
Administer naloxone if you have it
Stay with the person until help arrives
The Good Samaritan law can protect you from simple drug possession charges. You have the power to save a life.
Drugs: Get the facts. Know the risks.
Together we can #StopOverdoses
Learn more at Canada.ca/Opioids
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