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Island County > Human Services > Opioid Outreach

Opioid Outreach & Substance Use Disorder Treatment

In collaboration with first responders and area service providers, the Opioid Outreach Worker provides short-term support for people with opioid addiction until intake with local treatment providers is completed. In addition to providing initial support, the program helps people in need of services navigate the complex treatment system and/or recovery support services. 

Island County Opioid Outreach  Shannon Aho: 360-678-8295

Island County Human Services Opioid Lead Colleen Keefe:  360-678-7250

Other Resources

Syringe Services Locations in Island County on Camano and Whidbey Island: 


NARCAN® (naloxone HCl) Nasal Spray is a prescription medicine used for the treatment of an opioid emergency such as an overdose or a possible opioid overdose with signs of breathing problems and severe sleepiness or not being able to respond. https://www.narcan.com/community/education-awareness-and-training-resources/#isi_anchor

Narcan is available by standing order at any pharmacy. It is often covered by insurance, though some copay may apply. If you are unable to obtain a NARCAN kit through a pharmacy, please contact the outreach worker for support. 

Washington Recovery Help Line: 1-800-789-1511

24-hour Crisis Line: 1-800-584-3578 or text START to 741741

Opioid Reduction Plan

After speaking with stakeholders across the region, North Sound Behavioral Health has released its Regional Opioid Reduction Plan. In it are key strategies for preventing and reducing opioid misuse and abuse.

Here are the Opioid Reduction plan key activities  

More information about the North Sound BHO can be found on their website at http://northsoundbho.org/