Opioid Overdose Prevention and Reversal via Peer-Administered Narcan. Healthy Streets Outreach Program a program of Northeast Behavioral Health 280 Union Street Lynn, ma 781-592-0243. First things first…slang. Jammed, jambox, jam sandwich: really high Falling out: overdosing
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Healthy Streets Outreach Program
a program of Northeast Behavioral Health
280 Union Street
Currently providing OD prevention in additional venues:
Opioid fits exactly in receptor
The brain has many, many receptors for opioids. Too much opioid fitting in too many receptors slow and stop the breathing.
Opioid receptor on brain
Narcan has a stronger affinity to the opioid receptors than the heroin, so it knocks the heroin off the receptors for a short time and lets the person breathe again.