Overdose deaths are preventable

Overdose Prevention and Response Training

We offer a free 10 minute overdose and prevention training here in our office. Once you complete the training, we’ll provide you with 2 vials of life-saving Naloxone to take with you. Click the button below to schedule your appointment.

What is naloxone?

The technical definition is “a synthetic drug, similar to morphine, which blocks opiate receptors in the nervous system.”

Often known by its brand name Narcan, is an effective, non-addictive medication that reverses an opioid overdose. Within minutes of it being administered, the affected person is able to breathe again. Naloxone can be administered as a shot or nasal spray. Since it is not a controlled substance and has no potential for abuse, Naloxone is available here at OAA and can be easily administered by anyone.

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Come together to remember those who have died or suffered permanent injury due to drug overdose.