ReviveAR surpasses 1,000 downloads on Apple and Google Playstores

Arkansans continue to see value in handheld access to opioid prevention, treatment and recovery resources

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (June 20, 2024) — The Arkansas Opioid

Recovery Partnership (ARORP) announced that its ReviveAR app, designed to prevent and treat opioid misuse across the state, has exceeded 1,000 downloads since it launched on the Google Play and Apple stores February 9, 2024.

“This milestone demonstrates both the value of and need for easy, immediate access to these important resources in Arkansas,” said Kirk Lane, director for the Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership. “Our goal is to eliminate opioid overdoses in Arkansas, and ReviveAR allows us to empower Arkansans with the tools they need to make this happen.”

ReviveAR offers various resources, including teaching users to identify drug overdoses and how to administer naloxone. Additionally, the app provides access to overdose prevention, recovery and family support resources and highlights Drug Take Back locations across the state.

For more information about ARORP’s mission or how to navigate the ReviveAR app, visit

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About the Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership
The Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership (ARORP), an initiative of the Arkansas Municipal League and the Association of Arkansas Counties, represents an unprecedented united front between the representatives of local government to abate the loss of life caused by the opioid epidemic in Arkansas communities. The Partnership oversees the strategic disbursement of opioid settlement dollars at the city and county levels and works to reduce overdose deaths through prevention, treatment, enforcement and recovery. ARORP’s message is simple: be bold, stand together and commit to abating opioid misuse and addiction in Arkansas. To learn more and submit a request for funding, visit

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