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Resources for Patients and the Public

Patients and the public should be active participants in their healthcare. The resources listed in this section support your pharmacy care.

Pharmacy Care Resources for Patients and the Public

The resources listed below can support active participation in your pharmacy care.


Naloxone is a life-saving drug that can temporarily reverse the effects of an opioid overdose and it is available in Manitoba without a prescription. Naloxone may be sold behind a pharmacy counter or in the retail area of the store. Ask your pharmacist where you can find naloxone.

In keeping with our mandate to protect the public, the College maintains a list of community pharmacies that carry naloxone kits you can buy. Please contact your regular pharmacy first for availability and price.

Once you buy a naloxone kit, a pharmacist can teach you how to use the kit in an opioid overdose emergency.

If you need a publicly funded (free) naloxone kit, please contact Street Connections.

If you need help with an addiction, you can call the Manitoba Addictions Helpline at 1-855-662-6605, or visit 

The following resources will provide you with additional information about opioid overdose and naloxone:

Giving Naloxone by Injection

How to Inject Naloxone (video)

How to Inject Naloxone (Ampoules) (Print)

How to Inject Naloxone (Vials) (Print)

Giving Naloxone by Nasal Spray

How to Give Naloxone Nasal Spray (Video)

How to Use Naloxone Nasal Spray (Print)

Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Training Modules

Toward the Heart Naloxone Administration: