Request a Kit - Cortland County
For those living and working in Cortland County, a group of HHC trainers are working together to meet more immediate Narcan needs. We will coordinate with you and typically can get you a kit within 24 hours, depending on your location and needs.
Fill out the form below and someone will reach out. If you have not been trained before, watch the video below.
Narcan Training Video
This training above was offered by Kevin Donavon, the founder of HHC.
Emergency Use Narcan Mailboxes
There are 3 emergency use Narcan mailboxes located in downtown Cortland. They can be found at the following locations:
On the side of the Wishing Wellness Center, 24 Church Street, Cortland
Inside the office of the Econo Lodge, 10 Church Street, Cortland
On the side of Hair Studio 90, 2 Union Street, Cortland (next to Daily Grind South)
If you need Narcan right away, and can't connect with someone who can help, visit one of these black mailboxes for Narcan.
N-PODs (Naloxone Point of Distribution)
There are currently 4 N-PODs across Cortland County. These Narcan Points of Distribution (N-PODs) hold 9 boxes of Narcan and can be wall or post mounted for 24/7 access. They are public, wall or pole-mounted boxes, designed to be watertight, that can hold up to 18 doses of Narcan, the FDA-approved opioid overdose reversal medication. They provide both a life-saving resource to people in need, as well as instructions for use. Healing Hearts Collaborative (HHC) stocks and maintains them.
We already have N-PODs at:
the Truxton Fire Department
the Preble Fire Department
the Cincinnatus Fire Department
Gordie’s Appliance Repair in Virgil
We are seeking more local agencies or businesses willing to host N-PODs throughout rural Cortland County.