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Naloxone (Narcan) is a medication used to rapidly reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. It can quickly restore breathing and prevent brain damage or death in cases of opioid overdose. It is an important tool in the treatment of opioid addiction and is often carried by first responders, emergency medical personnel, and family members of those with opioid use disorder.
Join the Alliance for a free in person or an online class to assist you with the administration of Naloxone should you be faced with saving a life during an opioid overdose emergency.
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The training includes information on:
- Signs & symptoms of an opioid overdose
- Quick actions to take to help save a life and reverse a potential opioid overdose
- How to easily and properly use Narcan nasal spray
- Resources and refills
In Person & Drive Thru Trainings
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This interactive class, presented by a Certified Naloxone & CPR Trained instructor from the Alliance, will take 30 minutes and a Save A Life Kit will be mailed directly to you once essential forms have been completed.
Note: Kits will only be mailed to completed trainings that live in the United States.
- 4th Tuesday of every month from 7pm-7:30pm EST Sign up to join.
The Alliance utilizes Zoom for trainings so you will need a computer or smartphone equipped with a camera, microphone and speakers. https://zoom.us/
Registration is required and is open up to 1 hour prior to training.