In 2016, there were over 400 people in Arkansas who died overdose related deaths. As the opioid overdose epidemic worsens in our home, our lives are all touched more every day by loss and fear. There is an antidote for opioid overdoses called naloxone (otherwise known as Narcan), but it is expensive and often difficult to access for those who need it most. We believe naloxone, as well as other resources and education to keep our loved ones safe, should be both free and easily accessible. We are a grassroots organization called the Central Arkansas Harm Reduction Project. We work to provide life saving tools to our community with dignity and respect. With your help, we can save the lives of people in our community. Any donations are profoundly appreciated. The money you donate will go directly to the community members running the project and will be used for purchasing naloxone, a lifesaving antidote to opioid overdoses, along with crucial healthcare resources for community members. These resources are then distributed directly to the people who need them.