SB 511 passed in Oklahoma allowing us to distribute 6,000 doses of Naloxone & 3,500 fentanyl strips.
We also established the first statewide naloxone & supply distribution program
As a community-based organization, OKHRA collaborates with community partners for many reasons including but not limited to syringe take back events, policy planning, and naloxone fundraising.
OKHRA’s programming includes:
Mail-based services in collaboration with NEXT Distro, Naloxone distribution, Supply Distribution, Satellite, Distribution Program, Disposal Program, Bar Outreach, and Volunteer Program
Drop-off locations are checked regularly by OKHRA:
Trinity Episcopal Church
501 S. Cincinnati Avenue
*large black metal sharps collection container in the parking lot for 24/7 access
Pill Box Pharmacy
1329 S. Main Street
Monday through Friday
9 AM - 6 PM
*place sharps in a container and drop them into the box by the front desk.
You can also make an appt. to drop them off by OKHRA’s office by calling
OKHRA offers online, one-on-one, and in-person overdose reversal
and prevention training.