Don’t Run—Call 911!
Georgia’s Medical Amnesty Law protects victims and callers seeking medical assistance at drug or alcohol overdose scenes. The law was passed to help save lives by encouraging friends and families to call for help. Help spread the word about the Medical Amnesty Law by talking with your friends and family about the importance of calling 911 for overdoses when a person is not responsive. Minutes count, so don’t run, call 911. If you suspect opioid overdose, follow The Three Steps to Save a Life and stay with the victim until help arrives.