Connecting Ole Miss Students to Life-Saving Resources

Here’s how we’ve partnered with Ole Miss to address the dangers of fentanyl.

HarborPath Team —

Get Free Life-Saving Narcan

Narcan, also known as Naloxone, is a medication that quickly reverses overdoses by blocking the opioid effects from the brain. It commonly comes in the form of a nasal spray that students can administer to someone experiencing an overdose – and save their life.

Ole Miss students can pick up free Narcan at the William Magee Center inside the South Campus Recreation Center - no questions asked. Each box comes with two 4 mg doses of nasal spray and instructions on how to use the medication properly.

Get Narcan

Learn the Dangers of Fentanyl

Fentanyl is the leading cause of death among young people in the US. Hidden fentanyl is being laced into knock-off pills of Adderall, Xanax and more and making its way onto college campuses across the country.

Do not take pills that are not provided by a doctor or pharmacist, as fake pills purchased on social media and websites may contain deadly amount of fentanyl.

Learn more about protecting yourself and your fellow students from fentanyl poisoning in Mississippi with resources from Attorney General Lynn Fitch's One Pill Can Kill campaign.

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Change the Conversation

The Thomas Hayes Mayo Lab is committed to using engaging storytelling to share innovative research and empower students — and their families — to find joy. Named in honor of a beloved Ole Miss student who died of fentanyl poisoning at the age of 21, the Mayo Lab provides students with peer-to-peer conversations and programs focused on mental health, anxiety and addiction.

The Mayo Lab has assembled a resource guide for parents and families of young adults, including The Mayo Lab Podcast.

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Join us in saving lives

Your donation empowers HarborPath to address critical unmet needs. Your gift will:

  • Education

    Produce crucial education campaigns for students on the dangers of fentanyl with NIL campaigns.

  • Life-Saving Narcan

    Provide life-saving Narcan to first responders, college students, and communities in need.

  • Vital Pharmaceutical Drugs

    Offer vital pharmaceutical drugs to cancer patients, who could otherwise not afford it.

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