Signature Health Mobile Clinic
Free Naloxone Fridays
During the designated times and locations listed below, community members are welcome to “walk up” to the van to learn about how to recognize an opioid overdose and administer naloxone. Visitors will walk away with a free naloxone kit, which is medicine that can save someone’s life if they are overdosing on opioids—whether it’s a prescription opioid, heroin, or a drug containing fentanyl.
Community members also can access free, rapid HIV and hepatitis C screening when visiting the Mobile Clinic.
Friday, December 9
First United Methodist Church
181 S Main St., Andover, OH 44003
Ashtabula Public Library
4335 Park Ave., Ashtabula, OH 44004
After 12/9, the Mobile Clinic will be on a holiday/winter break through at least January 2023.
Watch the video below to learn more about everything the Mobile Clinic has to offer!
Signature Health’s mobile clinic was made possible by the HEALing Communities Study, an initiative launched by NIH and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to test the integration of prevention, overdose treatment, and medication-based treatment in select communities hard hit by the opioid crisis.