Links to Free Resources

Revive AR App

An app to help Arkansans abate the opioid epidemic

The ReviveAR app provides access to opioid prevention, treatment, and recovery resources available to Arkansans. Users also gain access to written and audio instructions on how to administer naloxone during an overdose.

  • Access opioid reversal instructions in English, Spanish, and Marshallese
  • Find support for families who are struggling
  • Learn to safely monitor, secure, and dispose of medications
  • Find local prevention, treatment, and recovery resources


UAMS Opioid Prevention for Aging and Longevity (O.P.A.L.)

Find prevention materials and education for older adults and opioids

The O.P.A.L. Program provides adults aged 65 and older and their caregiver(s) an opportunity to learn more about opioid pain medications, non-opioid pain medications and integrative medicine therapies like Tai Chi, Yoga, mindfulness meditation and other therapies for the management of chronic pain. All materials are available in Spanish on their website.


Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership

Find funding for opioid prevention, treatment, and recovery

The Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership was created to disperse opioid settlement funding back into Arkansas cities and counties. You can apply for funding that fits these guidelines.


DHS – DAABHS Peer Recovery Services

Find a peer recovery specialist, or become a peer recovery specialist

The Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Adult, Aging, and Behavioral Health Services has a robust recovery program. Find a directory of current peers as well as access to peer training. 


Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Adult, Aging, and Behavioral Health Services

Access to prevention, treatment and recovery resources


UA Little Rock MidSOUTH Center for Prevention and Training

Find training in prevention

UA Little Rock MidSOUTH hosts trainings in prevention, treatment, and recovery. Find prevention courses here.


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Drug Take Back Guide

This guide offers general DEA guidelines for Law Enforcement and Pharmacies hosting Drug Take Back ONLY.


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University of Arkansas Criminal Justice Institute

CJI provides education and advanced training in progressive areas of law enforcement, including Forensic Sciences, Law Enforcement Management and Leadership, Computer Applications, Illicit Drug Investigations, Traffic Safety, and Safe School Initiatives.

  • Find courses for law enforcement  here.
  • Contact CJI to supply public schools, volunteer firefighters, police officers, and other first responders with naloxone.
  • Don’t Run Call 911 campaign and NARcansas programs


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Naloxhome Program

NaloxHome is a program that will provide free naloxone to hospital emergency rooms to dispense at discharge to patients or caregivers of patients who have experienced an overdose or are at risk for an overdose. By removing barriers to naloxone access, the program aims to save lives. Learn more  here.