Snohomish County Human Services – The Opioid Project

The Snohomish County Human Services Department is providing opioid overdose prevention education throughout the county. Managed by the County’s Behavioral Health Division, the Opioid Project’s two main goals are to provide information across the county regarding Naloxone, an antidote used to treat an opioid overdose; and provide information and assistance to reduce barriers for individuals seeking substance use disorder treatment and resources. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Snohomish County Human Services’ Community Narcan trainings are currently on pause. Go to to find pharmacies in your area that carry naloxone.