Sarah Connolly, 26, of Falmouth, Maine, stands for a portrait at her home on Thursday, June 23, 2016. Narcan, a drug that temporarily reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, such as heroin or Fentanyl, saved Connolly's life years ago when she was using heroin. Now drug-free and pregnant with her second child, Connolly believes that sharing her success story of overcoming heroin is necessary to help eliminate social stigmas and address drug use as a healthcare issue. Narcan is publicly available without a prescription in Maine — a policy that proponents say is crucial for saving lives while critics, such as Maine Gov. Paul LePage, a Republican, say that Narcan perpetuates a cycle of addiction. Since January of 2015, the Portland Needle Exchange reports 300 overdose reversals due to Narcan.