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ACT FAST  - if you think someone has been poisoned!

• If you find your 2-year-old with an open bottle of medicine

• If your spouse mixes household cleaners and can't stop coughing

• If your teenager overdoses

• If that liquid in the glass wasn't soda

 

• If you think someone has been poisoned....

 Call 1-800-222-1222 right away!


Here's how we help you....FREE!

We save lives and reduce illness from poisonings.
Quick action could save a life.  About half of poisoning emergencies involve small children, but we also provide immediate life-saving information for suicide attempts, medication errors, chemical spills, occupational exposures, product misuse, drug interactions and pet poisonings.

We reduce your health care costs.
About 67% of Poison Center callers are treated at home...safely.  That saves the region's residents over $18 million/year in unnecessary health care costs.
 

We prevent poisonings.
Reported poisonings are monitored for new or unusually dangerous hazards.  When we identify a problem, we urge manufacturers and government regulators to change the formulation, improve the closure or even ban the product.

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The poison center helps more than 40,000 poison victims a year - FREE!

We rely on your generous contributions to keep this service running.

 

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