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Some Pharmarcies in Camden County Offering Free Narcan Medicine without a Prescription

 

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez announced that the opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone (commonly called Narcan) will be available for free to residents at participating pharmacies throughout Camden County from September 24 through 26 as part of a statewide effort to combat the opioid crisis.

“Camden County residents can anonymously obtain two doses of naloxone at no cost to them, without an appointment or a prescription,” said Rodriguez, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Huma Services. “As we battle this epidemic, the ability to quickly administer naloxone is the difference between life and death for an individual in distress.”

Participating Camden County Pharmacies

Riteaid
375 White Horse Pike               Waterford Township     NJ        08004  (856) 768-0911

Sav-On Pharmacy        
100 N Black Horse Pike            Audubon                      NJ        08106  (856) 616-2484

CVS    
1 West White Horse Pike          Berlin                           NJ        08009  (856) 753-6241

Riteaid
2 S. Black Horse Pike               Gloucester Township    NJ        08012  (856) 374-4602

Bell Pharmacy 
1201 Haddon Avenue               Camden                       NJ        08103  856-963-4742

Doganieros Pharmacy  
1552 Mt. Ephraim Ave             Camden                       NJ        08104  (856) 966 4400

Farmacia Sunray         
2500 Federal Street                   Camden                       NJ        08105  856-963-2900

Riteaid
2 South Broadway                    Camden                       NJ        08103  (856) 963-9311

Riteaid
1426 Mt. Ephraim Avenue        Camden                       NJ        08104  (856) 541-7648

Walgreens       
2626 Federal St                         Camden                       NJ        08105  (856) 963-0300

Riteaid
823 Cooper Landing Road        Cherry Hill                   NJ        08002  (856) 667-6596

Shoprite Pharmacy of Garden State Pavilion     
2230-40 Route #70 West           Cherry Hill                   NJ        08002  (856) 910-2300

Shoprite Pharmacy of Laurel Hill         
1224 Blackwood/Clementon Rd Gloucester Township    NJ        08021  (856) 627-6500

Shoprite Pharmacy of Chews Landing  
1200 Chews Landing Road       Gloucester Township    NJ        08021  (856) 435-0880

Shoprite Pharmacy of Lawnside
130 White Horse Pike N           Lawnside                     NJ        08045  (856) 547-2590

CVS    
24 S. Black Horse Pike             Mount Ephraim            NJ        08059  (856) 931-6262

Riteaid
4902 Westfield Avenue             Pennsauken                  NJ        08110  (856) 662-3496

Walgreens       
4601 Westfield Ave                  Pennsauken                  NJ        08110  (856) 663-3405

Sav-On Pharmacy        
501 East Evesham Rd               Runnemede                  NJ        08078  (856) 939-9107

Sav-On Pharmacy        
515 Berlin Cross Keys Rd         Gloucester Township    NJ        08081  (856) 728-2189

Shoprite Pharmacy of Sicklerville         
542 Berlin Cross Keys              Winslow Township       NJ        08081  (856) 262-0411

Walmart          
1 Coopertowne Blvd                 Somerdale                    NJ        08083  (856) 545-9052

Kennedy Pharmacy      
42 E. Laurel Rd – #1900            Stratford                      NJ        08084  (856) 346-3535

Medilink Rxcare
709 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd       Voorhees                     NJ        08037  (856) 566-4300

Sav-On Pharmacy        
700 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd       Voorhees                     NJ        08043  (856) 782-1167

Shoprite Pharmacy of Berlin    
Route #73 & Minck Avenue      Berlin Township           NJ        08091  (856) 768-6450

For other participating pharmacies throughout the state, please visit: nj.gov/humanservices/stopoverdoses.

Naloxone can reverse overdoses from opioids by blocking the effects of opioids on the brain. Those who obtain naloxone will also be given information regarding addiction treatment and recovery. The naloxone will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis while supplies last.

For information regarding any of the county’s other addiction services and programs, contact the Office of Mental Health & Addiction at (856) 374-6320 or visit camdencounty.com.

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