Using The Get Help Tool

Image demonstrating the use of the 'Get Help' tool on, highlighting the website's resource for accessing assistance and information related to poison emergencies. is a valuable resource that provides free, 24/7 information and support to people who have questions or who may have been exposed to a poisonous substance. Our online poison control algorithmic Get Help tool is available as a free resource on our website.

How to Use the Get Help Tool

The Get Help online poison control tool is an easy-to-use tool on our website that provides users with quick advice on how to manage a potential poisoning. Simply type in the substance or product name into the get search field, answer a few questions about the exposure, and get immediate results!

You can use the get help tool for everything including poison ivy, spider bites, medicine, cleaning solutions, and more. The Get Help tool will then advise the user on the best course of action to take, including whether they should speak with a live poison expert on the Poison Help line (1-800-222-1222). If no action or treatment is required the user will be provided with general information about the poison and symptoms to look out for.

The Benefits of Online Poison Help

One of the advantages of using Get Help is that it is available 24/7. Poisoning incidents can occur at any time, and having access to Poison Centers at all times can be a lifesaver.

Another advantage of using Get Help is that it provides users with fast access to tangible advice. Based on the information provided, users may also be advised on how to take action at home if the situation is not an emergency, or to call the Poison Helpline to speak to a trained professional who can provide further assistance. The Get Help tool takes the guesswork out of a poison emergency to help save both time and stress. is also a great way to stay informed about the latest poisoning trends and resources for protecting you and your family from potentially dangerous substances. The website provides information on the common causes of poisoning, the types of toxic substances that can cause harm, and the steps that individuals can take to prevent poisoning incidents from occurring. This information can be used to educate oneself and others on how to minimize the risk of exposure to harmful substances.

To sum it all up, the Get Help tool is a valuable resource that can help individuals who may have been exposed to a harmful substance and is a trusted resource for those looking for information about poisoning or poison prevention.