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County Offers Free Trainings on Naloxone; Medication Used to Reverse Effects of Opioid Overdose


Take part in training where you will learn how to reduce unintentional, life-threatening poisonings related to the ingestion of opioids. If you are at least 18-years old and concerned about a friend, family member or an associate with an opioid addiction, this 2-hour training is for you. Naloxone is a prescription medication that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose. Tips on overdose prevention and resources detailing local and national resources will also be provided to participants. Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services through support from the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is offering free trainings on the identification of an opioid overdose and steps you can take to save someone’s life. 



Training Dates

To Register for the following Training Session, Please contact the Overdose Response Program 240.777.1836 or OverdoseResponseProgram@montgomerycountymd.gov 
 
 
 
 

 

Director's Office · Montgomery County Department of Correction And Rehabilitation
22880 Whelan Lane· Boyds, Maryland 20841 ·
Telephone: 240-777-9976 · Fax: 240-777-9966
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