In Crisis?

In times of increased stress and uncertainty, these resources can help provide much-needed support.

I need to talk to someone. Who can I call if I am going through a crisis?

You are not alone. Reach out to the following support hotlines for immediate help. If you have an emergency, please dial 911.

  • Text HELLO to 741741 to speak with a compassionate, trained Crisis Counselor. Confidential support 24/7, for free.
  • 988 Suicide and Crisis Hotline: Call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org
  • SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) 

How can I get access to naloxone?

Most states make naloxone available for purchase in pharmacies without a prescription. Visit Safe Project to read your state's rules on naloxone. Below are a few resources on how to obtain free naloxone kits.

Where can I do a substance test for nonprescribed fentanyl? 

Due to individual state laws, rapid fentanyl test strips (FTS) are not widely available. Below are organizations that can assist you further.

  • Visit Harmreduction.org, a coalition centered on science-based strategies with and for people who use drugs. Their website provides a breakdown on all you need to know about fentanyl.
  • Get free fentanyl test strips from Fent Check, an organization solely focused on providing tests strips in the state of California.
  • APLA Health is an organization seeking to bring equitable health care services to members of the LGBT community. They provide free fentanyl test kits in California. Visit https://aplahealth.org/fentanyl/ to learn how to receive yours.

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