Walmart will provide Florida first-responders with hundreds of thousands of medication kits that will counter opioid overdoses as a result of a settlement also providing $215 million for other opioid remediation efforts in the state.

The Florida Attorney General’s Office announced the settlement Oct. 20, explaining that Walmart has agreed to provide 672,000 naloxone kits to law enforcement agencies and fire departments.

“I’m grateful for Walmart stepping up and agreeing to partner with the state to provide law enforcement and first-responders with much-needed Naloxone,” Attorney General Ashley Moody said in a prepared statement. “This will greatly help in our continuing mission to end the opioid crisis and save lives.”