New York pioneers low-cost Narcan program

CHENANGO COUNTY – New York has become the first state in the country to offer low-cost or no-cost Naloxne, a prescription drug that can reverse heroin and opioid overdoses.



Under the new program, individuals with prescription health insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare, can get up to $40 in co-pay for the drug, which is commonly referred to as Narcan.


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