Syringe Access and Overdose Prevention

Syringe Access Programs

These services provide new and unused injections supplies, syringe disposal, counseling services and other support services.  For more information, contact your local services.

Aurora:  Tri-Count Health Department  Call for Location  303-363-3077

Boulder, Longmont:  Boulder County Public Health  3482 Broadway, Boulder   303-413-7500

529 Coffman, Ste. 200 Longmont  303-678-6166


Boulder:  Mental Health Partners  3180 Airport Rd.  Boulder   303-441-1281

Boulder:  Boulder County AIDS Project  2118 14th St.  Boulder  303-444-6121

Denver:  Denver Colorado AIDS Project  6260 E. Colfax Ave. Denver  303-837-1501

Denver:  Harm Reduction Action Center  231 E. Colfax Ave. Denver  303-572-7800

Ft Collins:  Northern Colorado AIDS Project  400 Remington Ste.  100 Ft. Collins  970-484-4469

Grand Junction:  Western Colorado AIDS Project 2352 N. 7th St.  Grand Junction  970-243-2437

Lakewood: Jefferson County Public Health 645 Parfet St. Lakewood  303-239-7078

Pueblo:  Southern Colorado AIDS Project  505 W. 8th St. Pueblo  719-248-0372


Overdose Prevention

Naloxone (also known as Narcan®) is a prescription medicine that reverses an opioid overdose, which can be caused by prescription analgesics (e.g., Percocet, OxyContin), and heroin. Naloxone will only reverse an opioid overdose, it does not prevent deaths caused by other drugs such as benzodiazepines (e.g.Xanax®, Klonopin® and Valium®), bath salts, cocaine, methamphetamine or alcohol. However, naloxone may also be effective for polysubstance overdoses such as a combined opioid and alcohol overdose. It cannot be used to get high and is not addictive. Naloxone is safe and effective; emergency medical professionals have used it for decades. For more detailed information, visit

For the over 240 pharmacies with access to Naloxone today virtually over-the-counter, find a pharmacy here:

Many of the participating pharmacies are large chains such as King Soopers, City Market, Rite Aid, & many others.