Naloxone Grant

Equipping Police to Fight the Opioid Epidemic

 

ILEAS and the IL Department of Public Health (IDPH) are partnering on a grant entitled: Empowering and Equipping Law Enforcement and Communities in Rural Illinois to Reduce Opiod Overdose.

The goal of the grant is to provide, in 18 select counties in Southern Illinois, training to Law Enforcement first responders and equip them with NARCAN Nasal Spray, a drug that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.

 

The grant will also provide follow up care, referrals and care coordination in the targeted counties. Other agencies involved are the IL Department of Human Services Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Heartland Human Services, Bethany Place and the Illinois Broadcasters Association.

 

The targeted counties are: Christian, Clay, Crawford, Edwards, Effingham, Fayette, Greene, Jasper, Jefferson, Lawrence, Marion, Montgomery, Perry, Randolph, Richland, Wabash, Washington, Wayne.

Law Enforcement Agencies (in the above counties): As the process develops, ILEAS will contact your agency to guide you through the process and provide training. Agencies are not required to have signed a mutual aid agreement to participate in this grant.

 

      Summary of Requirements and Process

Department Officer
1) Sign/return the Distribution Agreement   5) Take and pass training  
2) Complete and return officer list      7) Join ODMAP as level 1 user (we will assist)
3) ILEAS will enter officers into online Learning system (LMS)     8) ILEAS sends NARCAN
4) ILEAS will provide instructions in use of LMS  9) Administer NARCAN
6) Join ODMAP as an agency (we will assist) 10) Report on ODMAP at location
12) Fill out DOPP report 11) Request refill
13) Communicate with support agency  

 

Conference Packet and Project Links:

 

Informative Links:

 

Contact: ILEAS @ 217-328-3800