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Fentanyl Test Strips

What

Fentanyl Test Strips is a drug test strip that is used to identify the presences of Fentanyl and 11 known analogues in unregulated drugs. Several of the known analogues, including carfentanil,
p-fluoro fentanyl, valeryl fentanyl, 3-methylfentanyl, sufentanil, butyryl fentanyl, acetyl fentanyl, etc. The test strips can be used to test injectable drugs, powders and pills.

For whom

Fentanyl Test Strips are for anyone who is using unregulated drugs and need to determine if fentanyl is present. The test strips can also be obtained by anyone who is using drugs, family members, or friends.

Where

Individuals are able to get Fentanyl Test Strips at any of the Blue Ridge Health District Narcan Drive-Thru events and/or by appointment.


NARCAN® – Naloxone Nasal Spray

What
Free training and dispensing of Narcan® nasal spray used to treat suspected opioid overdoses.

For whom
Community members interested in carrying Narcan®.

Where
Local health departments. Click here for clinic locations.

When
Click here for information about our free drive-thru clinics
Call 434-972-6269 for an appointment

Fees
Free

Call
434-972-6269


Medication Disposal Bagsmedication disposal bags

What
Free medication disposal kits. Each bag can deactivate and destroy up to 45 pills, 6 ounces of liquid, or 6 patches. Bags contain a pouch of activated charcoal. To use, place unused medication in bag and fill halfway with warm tap water; wait 30 seconds, seal tightly, gently shake bag, and dispose in normal trash can.

For whom
Anyone

Where
Any Blue Ridge Health District Department location. Click here for locations.

Fees
Free

Call
Click here to find the health department location closest to you.


Medication Disposal Drop Off Sites

What
Permanent collection sites where you can drop off expired or unused medication.

For whom
Anyone

Fees
Free

Where
Find a list of local disposal sites here or find disposal sites near you through the DEA website here.


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