Training topics will include:
- education about the opiate issue and how it got started
- how to identify opiate intoxication
- how to identify an opiate overdose
- how to respond to an opiate overdose
- how to administer Naloxone
Learning how to spot an overdose is the first step in saving someone’s life. Overdose can happen whether using a prescribed medication or from illicit drug use. This is an issue for all ages.
Adults who attend the training will be offered a Naloxone kit to take with them, free of charge! (While supplies last.)
Facilitated by Lee Clay, RN, BSN, Health Educator Specialist – Preventive Health Strategies (contracted), Community Opiate Educator – Waukesha County HHS PDO Project
Three dates available:
Monday, October 15, 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Menomonee Falls Public Library, W156 N8436 Pilgrim Rd., Menomonee Falls
Thursday, November 1, 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Holy Cross Lutheran Church, W156 N8131 Pilgrim Rd, Menomonee Falls, Gathering Place
(Park on north or south side, Enter doors SE#3 or NE doors by #6)
Wednesday, November 14, 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Community Memorial Hospital, W180 N8085 Town Hall Road, Menomonee Falls, Treiber Conference
Center (Enter Driveway B, Park in lot C, Enter D Doors)
For more information, call 262-896-8061.
Funding for this activity was made possible in part by the Wisconsin Prescription Drug/Opioid Overdose-Related Deaths Prevention Project (WI-PDO) from WI Department of Health Services / SAMHSA grant #SP022112.
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