The state is providing naloxone for free at participating pharmacies on Tuesday, June 18.
As described by the state Department of Human Services, naloxone can reverse opioid overdoses.
There is no individual prescription needed to receive the naloxone. There is no payment or insurance needed to receive the naloxone. There is no name needed to receive the naloxone.
Participating pharmacies in Burlington County are as follows:
- Bordentown – Boyd’s of Bordentown, 118 Farnsworth Ave., Bordentown
- Bordentown – Mast Pharmacy and Surgical, 338 Farnsworth Ave., Bordentown
- Browns Mills – Powers Pharmacy, 558 Lakehurst Road, Browns Mills
- Cinnaminson – Walmart, 2501 S. Route 130, Cinnaminson
- Florence – Boyd’s of Florence, 306 Broad St., Florence
- Marlton – RiteAID, 235 N Maple Ave., Marlton
- Marlton – Walmart, 150 E. Route 70, Marlton
- Medford – RiteAID, 409 Stokes Road, Medford
- Mt. Laurel – Larchmont Pharmacy, 200 Larchmont Blvd., Mt. Laurel
- Mt. Laurel – Walmart, 934 Route 73 at Fellowship Road, Mt. Laurel
- Riverside – Walgreens, 7001 Route 130 ,Riverside
- Southampton – Hometown Pharmacy, 1805 Route 206, Southampton
- Willingboro – Burlington RiteAID, 217 Sunset Road, Willingboro
Visit nj.gov/humanservices/stopoverdoses for a list of all participating pharmacies across the state.
The naloxone for will be distributed on a first-come, first served basis, with a limit of one per person.