According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 878 people in Wisconsin died from drug overdoses in 2015. Most of those were from opioid overdoses. Leaders say many of those deaths could have been prevented if someone had administered the drug Nalaxone, or "Narcan" to the victim in time. Today in Neenah concerned citizens learned how to administer the drug safely. In Wisconsin, Roundy's, Walgreens and C-V-S offer Narcan over the counter without a prescription.