Opioid Overdose Prevention and Rescue Training
The opioid crisis continues to impact our affordable housing developments and their surrounding communities. This training is designed to help staff prepare for and be able to respond to opioid overdose emergencies. Participants will learn what opioids are, how to recognize an overdose, how Naloxone works, and how to intervene in an opioid overdose. Participants will also get an overview of the principles of harm reduction, explore the Stages of Change Framework, learn about motivational interviewing techniques, and understand the importance of safety planning with clients/residents. This course fulfills the HUD RSC training requirement under the subject area – Medication/Substance Abuse.
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American Society of Addiction Medicine CME calendar