When accidents happen with chemicals, medicine, or household items, call Poison Help. Get help right away from a local poison expert.
If someone is unconscious or has trouble breathing, call 911.
Don't forget, over-the-counter medications can be dangerous. Check out this video to discover how you can prevent poisoning from non-prescription medications.
Every year, more than 60,000 children end up in the emergency room because they accidentally take medication. The Up and Away campaign provides tips you can use to protect your kids. Read more.
The Poison Help line is an important phone number to remember. We provide free stickers in English and Spanish, so the Poison Help number is always available. Order free stickers for you and your loved ones.
Poison center experts won't just tell you if a snake is poisonous, they'll also tell you what you need to do to treat a snake bite. Learn more.
Miami Poison Center Offering Help en Español
The Florida Poison Information Center – Miami is one of three poison centers that make up the Florida Poison Information Center Network. Working at the poison control center at the southeastern corner of the U.S. can seem a bit like working abroad.