Drug Overdose Prevention Training

Overdose Training, Naloxone Interest Form

Clark County Public Health (CCPH) Harm Reduction Syringe Services Program works to empower individuals with the training and tools needed to prevent overdose deaths. CCPH Overdose Prevention and Response Trainers teach people from all backgrounds how to prevent, recognize, and respond to an opioid overdose.

Everyone who goes through the CCPH Overdose Prevention and Response training may receive a kit containing Naloxone, a lifesaving drug that reverses the effects of opioids for overdose victims. CCPH provides training sessions and naloxone kits free of charge; there is no cost for anyone to attend training and learn how to save a life.

With what type of organization/agency are you affiliated?

Who will be receiving training?
Do you have a meeting space available to accommodate the number of individuals being trained?

Why does your organization/agency want this training?

Training participants may receive a naloxone kit if they wish. Does your organization/agency want naloxone kits dispensed to interested training participants?

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