Overdose Prevention And Narcan Training And Distribution
Recently released data by the CDC shows that drug overdose deaths reached a record high of 93,331 in 2020. While these estimates are not final, this is more than 20,000 deaths above the previous high in 2019 and the largest single-year percentage increase on record since 1999.
At The Hope Project, we want to put a stop to overdose deaths! We want to give people the chance to live long enough to find the help and ultimately the freedom that they need.
We believe in helping to reduce the harm done by drugs. That's the vision behind offering this training and distribution. We have seen numerous lives saved as a result of getting Narcan in the hands of those at risk of overdose and their families.
Join us for this Narcan Training. This event is open to anyone and everyone can benefit from it! You'll learn about how opiates effect the body, signs and symptoms of an overdose, and how to save a life in the event of an overdose.
This training class is completely free. Upon completion of the training, each person will receive two free doses of Narcan.
out to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (843)284-6526 with any questions or more information. Please RSVP to this event to ensure we are able to get you in the class.
This event happens at Seacoast in West Ashley the third Friday of each month. This month it is on November12th at 6pm though. RSVP for our next training by clicking here.
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To sign up for a class or ask any questions or share comments, please reach
out to us at: email@example.com or (843)284-6526