Combat Heroin


The full documentary can be viewed here. The film is also being shown at events around the state, and on local television stations. A list of those showings can be found here.

New Yorkers struggling with an addiction, or whose loved ones are struggling, can find help and hope by calling the state's toll-free, 24-hour, 7-day-a-week HOPEline at 1-877-8-HOPENY (1-877-846-7369) or by texting HOPENY (Short Code 467369).

Available addiction treatment including crisis/detox, inpatient, community residence, or outpatient care can be found using the NYS OASAS Treatment Availability Dashboard or through the NYS OASAS website.

Visit to learn more about the warning signs of addiction, review information on how to get help, and access resources on how to facilitate conversations with loved ones and communities about addiction. 

For tools to use in talking to a young person about preventing alcohol or drug use, visit the State's Talk2Prevent website

Your Voice, Your Future Town Hall: Opioid Epidemic: A Jailhouse Conversation

13WHAM News takes you inside the Livingston County Jail and talk with inmates who are inside a cell because of their addiction. They share their stories - where they came from, what they are struggling with now, and their hopes for the future.

This hour-long, commercial-free presentation brings you those stories of heroin and opioid addiction from our community.
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Opioid Epidemic: A Jailhouse Conversation

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 from 8-9PM

The conversation will include:

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Get Help Today!

Are you or someone you know struggling with addiction?

To find help in your community: Click here

(Updated 8/15/2017)

Struggling With Drug Addiction?  

Help is available!

Push the play button below.

(Updated 8/15/2017)

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Help Us Stop Heroin Use!

The Partnership for Ontario County has been working hard to combat heroin use. Take a moment, watch the videos and talk with your children about drugs. 

For more information about  the Partnership for Ontario County:  Click here

For more information about the Substance Abuse Coalition of Ontario County: Click here

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(Updated 8/15/2017)

Where are Ontario County Kids Getting Prescription Drugs For Recreation?

Your medicine cabinet! 

For a list of Medication Drop Boxes in Ontario County: Click here

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(Updated 8/15/2017)

New York State's Opioid Overdose Prevention Program

Naloxone is available at local pharmacies

Naloxone,  the drug that reverses overdoses from opioids such  as heroin and many  prescribed pain relief medications, is now available in more  than 2,000  pharmacies throughout New York State. Individuals who are  themselves  at risk for an overdose or their family members or friends may  acquire  naloxone in these pharmacies without bringing in a prescription.

For more information: Click Here

(Updated 8/15/2017)

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Naloxone Co-payment Assistance Program   (N-CAP)

Help is now available to purchase Naloxone at your local pharmacy.

The key elements of this program are:

  • Co-payments for naloxone in an amount up to $40 for each prescription dispensed will be billed to N-CAP, not to the individual getting naloxone.
  • No individual enrollment is necessary.
  • Pharmacies participating in the New York State AIDS Drug Assistance Program are eligible to participate in N-CAP.
  • There are no or lower out-of-pocket expenses when getting naloxone at a participating pharmacy.
  • Only the following naloxone formulations are eligible for N-CAP coverage:    
    • Narcan® nasal spray (4mg/01 mL); NDC 69547-0353-02
    • Naloxone used for intranasal administration (1 mg/1 mL in 2 mL Luer-Jet pre-filled glass syringes); NDC 76329-3369-01
    • Naloxone for intramuscular injection (0.4 mg/mL in 1 mL single-dose vials); NDCs 00409-1215-01, 67457-0292-02, and 00641-6132-25
  • Your primary health care coverage may limit the monthly amount of naloxone that will be covered

For more information on the N-CAP program: Click here

(Updated 8/15/2017)