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Project DAWN Atomizer

SCPH has been notified of a recall on some of the nasal atomizers in Project DAWN kits. 
Certain lot numbers are affected - click here for lot numbers and more information.

If you have an atomizer on the list:

  • DO NOT USE IT         
  • If there is an emergency, CALL 911.
    If the person is not breathing, start mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

At the present time, replacements are not available.  We are currently looking for another atomizer supplier or naloxone product.  Information about replacements will be posted on this website.

For more information, click here.

Project DAWN is a community-based drug overdose prevention and education project. Participants receive training on recognizing the signs and symptoms of overdose, distinguishing between different types of overdose, performing rescue breathing, calling emergency medical services and administering intranasal Naloxone.

Project DAWN is a free service to all Summit County residents.

FAQs about Project DAWN

Click here to view brochure

For any counseling services, please call (330) 375-2984
Fees are based on your income, on a sliding fee scale.  Insurance is accepted – we can bill for you. 


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