No matter where you are in the United States, if you are having an emergency related to drugs or poisoning, you can dial (800) 222-1222 and you will be connected to the local poison and drug information center. Be sure to post the poison control number near your home phone and save it in your cell phone.
When to Call
Don’t hesitate to contact your local center with any concerns or questions.
- If you think someone has been poisoned
- If someone has taken more than the appropriate dosage of a medication or an unknown medication
- If someone has overdosed on drugs
- If someone has been stung or bit by something you believe might be poisonous
- If you need first aid advice
You can also view our Education & Support and Poison Prevention pages for more information.
Banner Poison & Drug Information Center – Phoenix: (800) 222-1222
Whether it’s a scorpion sting, medication question, first aid advice or potential poisoning, the Banner Poison & Drug Information Center in Phoenix, Arizona is available 24/7.
When calling the center, you’ll speak with a nurse or poison information provider specifically trained in handling poison and drug-related emergencies. Assistance is available in more than 150 languages.
To reach us directly, please call (602) 253-3334.
Poison and drug information centers can provide information on:
If you would like to have a representative from the Poison Center attend an event, schedule a presentation, or order materials, please call (602) 839-2510.
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Our goal is to provide you with all the poison information that you need. We work with various community partners to ensure that information is available for you.
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