The "Carry Naloxone. Save a Life" training provides participants with information on how to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose, administer the opioid overdose reversal drug, Naloxone, and educate the importance of harm reduction and its concepts. The training is designed for students, staff and faculty who are interested in possibly saving a life, in case of an emergency.
Participants of the training will leave with a naloxone kit and fentanyl test strips at no cost. Training dates are now available for Spring 2024! If you are interested in attending "Carry Naloxone. Save a Life", you can register for one of the available training dates by accessing this link here: Naloxone Training.
If you are interested in requesting a training for a group of students, staff or faculty, use the Student Wellness Center Presentation Request Form.