OAK BOX LOCATIONS

Overdose Aid Kits

The Program

Overdose Aid Kits, or OAK boxes, are boxes that include information on how to administer the life saving drug naloxone (Narcan) in an emergency, breathing masks, and other information and resources for those impacted by the opioid epidemic.

We partner with many locations across Dane County to make naloxone and fentanyl test strips available free of charge. Our goal is to have the naloxone in each OAK available for anyone to take, no questions asked, to use in an onsite emergency or to keep in their first-aid kit for future use.

addresses

Find O.A.K BOXES

511 Alano Club

511 N. Carroll Street

Madison WI 53703

 

East Side Alano Club

1017 Northport Drive

Madison WI 53704

 

Catalyst for Change

2617 East Washington Avenue

Madison WI 53704

 

Eldritch Brothers Tattoo

6901 Seybold Road

Madison WI 53719

 

Equitable Solutions

4009 Felland Road

Madison WI 53719

 

Fitchburg Serenity Club

6048 McKee Road

Madison WI 53719

 

Madison Street Medicine

3202 Dairy Drive

Madison WI 53718

 

Monona Serenity Clubhouse

4933 Prairie Dock Drive

Madison WI 53718

 

Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association

584 Grand Canyon Drive

Madison WI 53718

 

The Road Home of Dane County

890 West Wingra Drive

Madison WI 53715

 

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Treatment Key

Safe communities has complied a list of abbreviation definitions for finding the right treatment for you.

MAT: Medication for Addiction Treatment.
OP: Outpatient Treatment – person lives at home or in the community, attends. individual and group therapy, these can include or not include MAT.
IOP: Intensive Outpatient Treatment – person lives at home or in the community, attends individual and extended groups, 9-12 hours a week.
Residential: person lives at the facility for a period of at least 14 days, some last as many as 45 days.
PHP: Partial Hospitalization Program is a structured mental health treatment program that runs for several hours each day, three to five days per week.
DBT: Dialectical behavior therapy is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that integrates mindfulness techniques.