"The app, Stay Alive L.I. is currently available in Android format and will soon be available in Apple format. It provides information on how to recognize and prevent opioid overdoses, where to get help with drug addiction services, the locations of hospitals and treatment centers, links to organizations and hotlines, and information on training to administer Narcan medication for overdoses.

'The app is a new tool in our arsenal to fight the war on drugs,' said Legislator Sarah Anker. 'The app incorporates resources for enforcement, education, and prevention in order to help mitigate drug use in our communities. It will be an invaluable resource to help individuals struggling and also families and friends who are helping a loved one battle addiction.'"

LongIsland.com - October 23, 2017

 

 







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