Free Opioid Overdose Recognition & Naloxone (Narcan) Use Trainings
- Understand the Opioid Epidemic in Erie County and its impact
- Recognize signs and symptoms of opioid overdose
- Learn about the Good Samaritan Law
- Learn about the Emergency Services Addiction Program (ESAP) and Syringe Exchange Program (SEP)
- Learn how to administer Narcan (naloxone) to reverse an overdose
- Learn about reporting and follow-up procedures
- Participants who complete the training will be given a certificate of completion and a naloxone kit
Click on the links below to register and for additional information. The WebEx link will be provided to registrants by email before the training.
In-Person Family Centered Trainings
Is your family prepared for an opioid emergency? These trainings offer tools and information that can be very useful for individuals who are attempting to understand and navigate their loved one’s substance use disorder, treatment, and recovery.
- Learn about community resources that are available to you.
- Learn how you can be involved in your loved one's recovery and treatment efforts.
- Lean about harm reduction and its approach of meeting individuals where they’re at.
- Get free supplies to keep your loved one alive in case they experience and opioid overdose.
Location, Dates, Times & Registration
Erie County Fire Training Academy (Training & Operations Center)
3359 Broadway, Cheektowaga, NY 14227
- Wed, 12/20/2023 at 6:00 pm - 8:00pm: Register Here
Trainings for Professionals
- Previously Recorded Trainings: Overview of Addiction and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
- Previously Recorded Trainings: Professional Boundaries and Ethics
- Treatment & Recovery
- Opioids, Fentanyl, Xylazine
- Opiate Epidemic Task Force
- Harm Reduction Presentations, Publications, Resources
- Needle Access and Needle & Medication Disposal
- Peer Navigation