Easy Ways To Help

Goal #1:

300 People Signed Up for Email Notification of Launch

 In order to effectively roll out the app and have responders and requestors ready to go, we have to quickly notify community members that the app is ready to launch and is available for download.  Help us reach this goal:
  • to be notified when the app is ready to download.



Goal #2:

100 Potential Responder Feedback Surveys Completed

For those interested in exploring responder training, we want to know what thoughts, concerns, and needs you have. It’s OK if you’re not sure about being a responder. We want to offer resources that will help you feel safe and confident about saving lives. Tell us what you need.  Help us reach this goal:
  • If you are curious about responder training, fill out the


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Goal #3:

100 Community Members Trained in Naloxone Administration

In order to launch , we need 100 trained community responders across St. Joseph County who have naloxone (Narcan) and completed the required training.

 Help us reach this goal:

  • If you are curious about being a responder, for naloxone training. No commitment is required. We encourage all community members to learn more about how to identify an opioid overdose and to administer naloxone.
  • Share the link to the naloxone training page on social media and tag us @NaxosOD.

Goal #4:

100 Donations of $5 or more

We are in need of financial assistance to launch . However, more important than the amount raised is the demonstrated community support that comes from your willingness to put your own money on the line for our cause. Help us show potential donors that you believe can save lives.

 Help us reach this goal:

  • Donate starting at $5 on our
  • Share the link to our donation page on social media and tag us @NaxosOD.