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Virtual Overdose Prevention and Response Training


Virtual Training

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Tali Schiller
Cambridge Public Health Department


Are you worried about overdoses happening where you work or live? Wondering how you can help prevent an overdose?

Learn skills that could save lives. The Cambridge Public Health Department offers free overdose prevention and response trainings on a monthly basis to the community and free on-site trainings for groups by appointment. This comprehensive 1.5-hour training includes:

  • Up-to-date information about the opioid crisis in Cambridge.
  • How to distinguish between overdose and non-emergency situations, such as drunkenness.
  • What to do if you see someone in trouble.
  • How to access naloxone (Narcan™), the overdose reversal medication.

Click here to Register 

Additional Training Dates at 3 p.m.:

Monday, November 15
Tuesday, December 14

Virtual Trainings for Groups

The Health Department also offers free 1.5-hour overdose prevention and response trainings to a variety of groups, including businesses, medical professionals, community organizations, active users, and student groups. Trainings are appropriate for all groups interested in learning more about overdose prevention and encouraged for those who are likely to witness an overdose.

To request a free overdose prevention training for your organization or group, please fill out this form.

For more information, please contact Tali Schiller at the Cambridge Public Health Department at naschiller@challiance.org.

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