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Photo of the publication cover. Overdose Prevention and Naloxone Distribution Protocol (with signatures) Harm Reduction - Policies, Protocols & Procedures July 5, 2017

This is the document which outlines the protocol (procedures) required to be followed by New Mexico Department of Health staff providing overdose prevention and naloxone distribution services.



Photo of the publication cover. Syringe Service Protocol (with signatures) Harm Reduction - Policies, Protocols & Procedures July 5, 2017

This protocol provides direction for implementing and incorporating syringe services into the spectrum of prevention health services offered by the Department of Health.



Photo of the publication cover. Naloxone Standing Order for Overdose Prevention and Education Programs Harm Reduction - Policies, Protocols & Procedures October 18, 2016

To contribute to decreasing morbidity and mortality related to opioid overdose, this standing order permits clinical staff of registered overdose prevention and education programs to obtain, store, and dispense/distribute naloxone to eligible clients; and non-clinical staff and volunteers who have completed the hepatitis and harm reduction certification training to obtain, store and distribute naloxone to eligible clients.





Photo of the publication cover. NMSA 1978 §§ 24-23-1 Harm Reduction - Policies, Protocols & Procedures April 1, 2014

Statute for Naloxone Distribution



Photo of the publication cover. NMSA 1978 §§ 30-31-25.1 Harm Reduction - Policies, Protocols & Procedures April 1, 2014

Possession, Delivery or Manufacture of Drug Paraphernalia Prohibited; Exceptions



Photo of the publication cover. NMSA 1978 §§ 61-11-7 Harm Reduction - Policies, Protocols & Procedures April 1, 2014

Drug Dispensation Limitations (Pharmacy)



Photo of the publication cover. NMSA 1978 §§ 61-11-22 Harm Reduction - Policies, Protocols & Procedures April 1, 2014

Exemptions From Act (Pharmacy)