Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone)
The Kenton Hardin Health Department has partnered with Hardin Memorial Hospital, County Prosecutor Bradford Bailey, Hardin County Sheriff’s Office, and the County Coroner Lawrence Kuk Jr., MD to bring Project DAWN to the area. The program is a community-based training program that teaches rescue breathing and how to properly administer Naloxone in the event of an opioid overdose. Check our homepage or calendar for upcoming events. This program is locally funded by the County Prosecutor and the Health Department.
Although drug usage has affected our area, this training is useful for those that may have an accidental overdose from prescribed medications. Any person that knows someone that takes an opioid should consider attending this training.
Register for a Training
Call 419-673-6230 to schedule a training at the Health Department at any time.
We also offer community training events twice a year at local locations.
Contact for First Responders
If your agency is in need of Naloxone please contact:
Arin Tracy 419-673-6230 X 1808
Naloxone Distribution Project
The Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OHMAS) has committed up to $500,000.00 in the state fiscal year budget to enhance access to Naloxone, a medication used to reverse the effects of opioid overdose. Since 2016, Hardin County has been earmarked to receive money each year. The full 100% of these funds will be used to purchase Naloxone.
These kits are allocated to county health departments to dispense to local law enforcement, emergency personnel, and first responders (as required by House Bill 64).
Public Health Emergencies
- Hours of Operation (Excluding Holidays)
Monday - Thursday 8:30AM-4:30PM
- Address:175 West Franklin Street, Kenton, OH 43326
- Email:Contact Us