Baltimore Sun Article About Combating Heroin Overdose Crisis

The chief medical director for Health Care for the Homeless said that will enable the nonprofit to have training sessions in the streets and shelters — where their clients live — rather than at its downtown headquarters.

Naloxone "really puts power in people's hands to save those around them," said Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman. "It allows the community to take care of themselves. And with the standing order it makes it that much easier."