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ECDOH Naloxone Training Request Form

Thank you for your interest in Naloxone Training.  

Please complete this form to request a training for your business, organization, or group.

The Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH) Office of Harm Reduction offers naloxone training to the public to give you the tools you need to potentially save a life and to learn more about substance use and harm reduction. 

We offer 3 types of trainings:

  1. Virtual training
  2. In-person training - general 
  3. In-person training - family centered

All participants will receive a certificate of completion in opioid overdose prevention, and an emergency response kit with two doses of naloxone. Plus, we provide harm reduction supplies like fentanyl test strips and many other resources.

All trainings cover the following:

  • Principles of Harm Reduction.
  • Causes and effects of Opioid Use Disorder.
  • Impact of the Opioid Epidemic in Erie County today.
  • Signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose.
  • Gain skills in administering naloxone to reverse an opioid overdose
  • Reporting and follow-up procedures.
  • Good Samaritan Law.
  • Emergency Services Addiction Program (ESAP) and Syringe Exchange Program (SEP).
  • Peer Navigation & Treatment Support.

Our Family Centered Training provides essential tools and information for individuals seeking to understand and navigate their loved one’s substance use disorder, treatment, and recovery. These trainings cover all of the above plus:  

  • How you can contribute to your loved one's recovery and treatment efforts.
  • How to meet individuals where they’re at.
  • How to keep your loved one alive in case of an opioid overdose.

Please complete this form to request a training.

A staff member will contact you soon after we receive your request. If you have any questions, please call the ECDOH Office of Harm Reduction at 716-858-7695 or

Which training would you like to schedule?