Naloxone/Narcan® Device Recall
On November 2, 2016, naloxone (Narcan®) kit manufacturer Teleflex Medical issued a voluntary recall for the older overdose rescue kits because the atomizer device producing a stream instead of a fine mist, which can reduce the effectiveness of the medication.
- As of June 2016, Health Department had already switched to the new naloxone delivery device that is not affected by the recall.
- Additional supplies have been ordered to ensure an adequate number of the new kits is on hand to cover any needed replacements.
- There is no shortage in Vermont of naloxone overdose rescue kits.
- Anyone who wants a naloxone kit, or who has the recalled device, can get the new version from their nearest naloxone distribution pilot site.
Recalled Device: If you have this version of the device, contact a naloxone distribution pilot site for a replacement:
Women’s AA meeting has returned to the Turning Point Center, Monday’s 5:30 PM, check out our calendar.
We are finally all moved into our new location; 54 A1 Creek Road, located next to CVOEO and the new Middlebury Recreation Center. Come by and see our new digs, sit down and have a cup of coffee.
Take a look at our updated calendar for new meeting times, new activities, and new opportunities to learn, share, and grow!
As the days get shorter and colder, the Turning Point hopes to help the community by providing a warm, friendly, safe social space. To that end, we are changing our Saturday hours to be open 5pm-9pm! The 10am meeting will still take place, but this will allow us to plan more activities and events for the weekend evening hours.