The Prince Albert Parkland Health Region issues advisories about public health concerns, facility disruptions or visitor restrictions due to illness outbreaks.
Fentanyl advisory - January 27, 2017
A drug seizure of heroin mixed with fentanyl was made in Regina earlier in January.
For information regarding fentanyl, please see the attached fact sheets and infographic. These documents can be also be found HERE
Due to the high potency of fentanyl when used illegally or not as prescribed by a licensed provider, it can be dangerous.
Take Home Naloxone kits and overdose education (see attached fact sheet) are available at six Take Home Naloxone program sites in Saskatchewan that can be accessed by contacting the program directly:
- Prince Albert – Access Place, 306-765-6542
- Saskatoon – Mayfair Clinic, 306-655-4007
- Regina – RQHR Harm Reduction Methadone Program, 306-766-6350
- North Battleford – Battlefords Sexual Health Clinic, 306-446-6463
- Kamsack – Stepping Stone Wellness Clinic Kamsack Hospital and Nursing Home, 306-542-1968
- Yorkton – Turning Point Program, 306-786-0637
If you know someone who is at risk, please share this information about Take Home Naloxone kits in your area.