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Naloxone (Narcan) General User Course

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Approved Training

Why is there a need for Naloxone General Users?

TO HELP SAVE LIVES!!

Every Day in our country 130 people die from a drug overdose-over half of those deaths are opioid related; this equates to 910 DIE PEOPLE EVERY WEEK!!  In response to the opioid epidemic, HB333 was passed into law as the Help Save Lives from Overdose Act. This act extends liability protections to public safety, firefighters, school nurses and any person who takes this class when administering Naloxone to a suspected overdose in the course of their duties. Naloxone General User led training fulfills the DPHHS approved training requirement of the Act.

There is no cost for this training!

PART ONE: must be completed prior to classroom training: 30-90 Minute On-Line learning Module     Portal:  narcan.bestpracticemedicine.com

Register by calling Helena Indian Alliance Leo Pocha Clinic (406)442-9244 or e-mail jmcnees@hia-mt.org

PART TWO: 90 Minute Classroom Skills Training Session

Wednesday February 24th 2021

On-Line Training Course: 10:00 AM

Live Training via Zoom

Participants will receive this link after registering.

 Limited Seating Available.

Seating is Limited. To reserve your seat today please call or email Jason:

call: Jason A. McNees, CBHPSS  (406)442-9244 ext. 202

e-mail: Jason A. McNees, CBHPSS – jmcnees@hia-mt.org

For questions or comments about the Naloxone Master Trainer course and for technical support; contact Amber Olson, Naloxone Project Manager for Best Practice Medicine – aolson@bestpracticemedicine.com

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