REVIVE: The Travis Project

Travis Project rose

The REVIVE: The Travis Project program was started by the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office in memory of Travis Rose who died from a heroin overdose. The Travis Project allows all deputies to carry and administer Naloxone to save lives. This has already prevented many fatalities in our community. Come As You Are wants to carry on with the Travis Project as our REVIVE program.


Future events will be listed here.

Learn how to recognize the signs of an overdose and save a life with Naloxone.

  • How to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose.
  • How to respond appropriately to an opioid overdose.
  • How to deliver Narcan to save a life!

Upcoming REVIVE Classes

Upcoming REVIVE classes will be listed here.

Culpeper Heroin Crisis

The Culpeper Police Department in coordination with local coalition groups produced this video to address the heroin and opioid public health crisis. We want everyone who watches this video to know that you're not alone in your battle against this epidemic. This video provides everyone with resources that are available to you right now. Again, we would like to thank our local coalition groups who made this video possible. Please share this video to help save lives. #TeamJordan #TravisProjectCulpeper Star-Exponent news Culpeper Times Culpeper Media Network Fox 5 DC WVIR NBC29 CBS19 News: Charlottesville News First WTVR CBS 6 News NBC Washington Xpress Copy & Graphics Come As You Are Sex Drugs & God Living the Dream Foundation Culpeper Overdose Awareness Xpress Digital Media

Posted by Culpeper Police Department on Wednesday, March 27, 2019