The Foundation for the Responsible Administration of Emergency Medicines is a non-profit organization

dedicated to awareness and education of issues surrounding opioid overdose.

AND THE EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATION OF NALOXONE.
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(519) 652-5558

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Box 23, 11569, Longwoods Rd, 2nd floor, Delaware, ON N0L 1E0

About Us

The Foundation for the Responsible Administration of Emergency Medicines is a non-profit organization dedicated to awareness and education of issues surrounding opioid overdose and the emergency administration of naloxone.

Part of the organization’s role is also in the development of standard setting for naloxone administration by bystanders.

The goal of the Foundation is to reduce death and injury associated with opioid use by providing education on naloxone use, while recognizing that longer term solutions to curb opioid use need to be developed to improve the health of our communities and address the social issues surrounding opioid use.

Awareness
Know the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose and take appropriate action.
Education
Learn about issues surrounding opioid overdose and steps to take in an emergency situation.
Saving Lives
Reduce death and injury associated with opioid use through the administration of Naxolone.
How You Can Help
Donations received will be applied to expenses associated with setting up and conducting practical training activities.

The Opioid Crisis By the Numbers

Real facts that speak to the need for action

8,000

Canadians that have died as a result of an apparent opioid-related overdose since 2016*

* https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/substance-use/problematic-prescription-drug-use/opioids/get-the-facts.html

100

times fentanyl is more potent than morphine, which makes the risk of accidental overdose very high*

* https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/substance-use/controlled-illegal-drugs/fentanyl.html

2

Naloxone can restore breathing within 2 to 5 minutes*

* https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/substance-use/problematic-prescription-drug-use/opioids/naloxone.html