Could Someone You Care About Overdose? If a loved one or someone you know may be at risk of an overdose, request an overdose rescue kit with narcan and get training on how to use it. Allow 30 minutes to pick up the lockbox and for training. It is free and confidential. Learn more about Naloxone/Narcan.

Get Your Free Lockbox

In order to qualify for your free lockbox you will need to:
• Live in Camarillo  • Have at least one child under 18  living at your home  • Commit to install the lockbox

Your response will be kept confidential. All answers will be pooled into aggregate
measures for all reporting purposes, and no individual person will be identified.

1. Are you a resident of Camarillo? *(Required)
To qualify for a free Lock Box, you must be a resident of Camarillo.
5. Commitment:(Required)
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Could Someone You Care About Overdose? Could Someone You Care About Overdose? If a loved one or someone you know may be at risk of an overdose, request an overdose rescue kit with narcan and get training on how to use it. Allow 30 minutes to pick up the lockbox and for training. It is free and confidential. Learn more about Naloxone/Narcan.
Optional Naloxone/Narcan Request
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Lockbox Social Media Contest

Help Us Spread Awareness & Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card!

Send a picture or a video of yourself with the installed lockbox behind you and you will be entered into a drawing to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card. When sending a video, please say the words: “Better in the Safe than Sorry, lock up your prescription medication!” The drawing will take place at the June Coalition Meeting. Upload your photo or video using the form below.

Lockbox Social Media Contest

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    Our Coalition wants to change the California Building Code to require
    an installed Medicine Lock Box in every newly built residential home.

    Let’s come together to save lives and build a brighter tomorrow.

    Thank you for your interest in our efforts to combat the local opioid crisis.
    We invite you to join us in our work for the community.

    Participate in our Monthly Coalition Meetings. The meeting is scheduled for the last Tuesday of every month from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm via Zoom. Subscribe to our email list for more information.

    The “ Better in the Safe Than Sorry” Medicine Lock Box Campaign 2.0 made possible by the Camarillo Police Department
    and through funding from Ventura County Behavioral Health Department, Substance Use Services.