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Frequently Asked Questions
Am I eligible to use the ONOR System?
To be able to use the ONOR System, your agency must be located within Wellington county, Dufferin county, or the city of Guelph (WDG region). Your agency must distribute the naloxone you order through the ONOR System, within the WDG region. There are also a few other requirements, such as your agency’s commitment to reporting naloxone distribution data regularly, using our online survey.
Your agency must also meet the following requirements for the Ministry of Health’s Ontario Naloxone Program (ONP).
To be eligible for the ONP, organizations must:
- Work with people at risk of opioid overdose
- Reach a difficult to reach population not otherwise served where there is known drug/opioid use
- Have demonstrated staffing capacity to manage distribution/training with clients, inventory and reporting
Please complete the online registration form and a member of our staff will assess your agency’s eligibility.
Where and when do I complete reporting?
Agencies must regularly report naloxone distribution and use, using this online survey. We recommend that agencies report every 2 weeks; however, you must at least follow the reporting schedule below:
|Reporting Period||Reporting Deadline|
|October to December||January 7th|
|January to March||April 7th|
|April to June||July 7th|
|July to September||October 7th|
Where can I find more information about naloxone?
We have created a fact sheet to help answer the following questions about naloxone:
- What is naloxone?
- Do I need this treatment?
- How do I use naloxone?
- How long does naloxone take to work?
- What are the side effects of naloxone?
- How should I store naloxone?
- Where can I get a naloxone kit?