jueves, 19 de julio de 2018

Responding to an opioid overdose Emergency: Online Training for Police Officers, Firefighters and EMTs ems solutions

Responding to an opioid overdose Emergency: Online Training for Police Officers, Firefighters and EMTs ems solutions


As of today, we have trained nearly 30,000 laypeople and just over 25,000 professional First Responders (Police Officers, Firefighters and EMTs) to save a life with naloxone. 

We are committed to keeping the trainings up-to-date (the Bystander training was updated this year) and available at no cost to individuals and non-profit organizations so we can have even more of an impact … and save lives.
We will start the New Year with another update (First Responder training) and follow with a new Spanish language version of our Bystander training, as well as active outreach to individuals and states, nationwide.
To help us further this life-saving work, please consider an end-of-the-year donation by clicking on the SAVE A LIFE button below.
Go to the training   HERE