Call the Poison Help line to speak with medical professionals who can give you free advice anytime, 24 hours a day.
Or visit PoisonHelp.org
When should you call a poison center?
You can call the poison center anytime someone may have been poisoned with chemicals, medicine, or household items. Call 911 if the person is unconscious or can’t be awakened, has collapsed, had a seizure, or has trouble breathing.
In State Fiscal Year 2016 (July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017) there were 5,261 cases reported to the Wyoming Poison Center.
Almost half (47%) of human exposure cases are among children 1-5 years, and two-thirds (67%) of human exposure cases are among children 19 years and younger.