The Counseling Center at Cherry Hill hosts Free Naloxone Training seminars. Learn how you can save a life!
Naloxone is a drug which can reverse a heroin or prescription pain pill opioid overdose, if administered promptly and correctly. The most popular brand of naloxone is Narcan®, which is available over the counter under special rules established by the State of New Jersey as part of ongoing efforts to battle the current opioid crisis.
Learn How You Could Save a Life from Overdose
These prevention seminars, funded by a grant from the State of New Jersey and provided by grantee non-profit organizations, teach you about how naloxone works, how and when you can safely administer naloxone, and the rules governing nalxone purchase, possession, and use.
Learn the Naloxone Rules, and Know your Rights as a Good Samaritan
Did you know that naloxone can work within seconds, waking someone up from what would have been a deadly overdose if a few more minutes had passed? Did you know that NJ law requires certain actions be taken every time naloxone is administered, even by a public citizen? Did you know that Good Samaritan laws can protect you when you voluntarily intervent to try and save someone's life, but not always?
Learn the rules and learn how to save a life!
Free Narcan Kits
Free Naloxone kits are usually available to participants, in accordance with regulations and guidelines from the sponsor supplying the free kits. There are usually a limited number of kits, which are distributed on-site by the seminar provider.
Space at these free seminars are limited, so register early!
RSVP is strongly recommended, and when a seminar has been scheduled there will be an Eventbrite registration button on this page.
Date: Next Seminar has not been announced yet
Time: Typically 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: The Counseling Center at Cherry Hill
Address: 950 Kings Hwy N Suite: 304, Cherry Hill, NJ. 08034 (directions)
About Your Host
The Clinical Director for The Counseling Center at Cherry Hill arranges these training seminars to educate our community on how a life can be saved during an opioid overdose by properly administering naloxone. Clinical and treatment admissions staff will be available during the training to answer questions about addiction disorders, treatment options, and how families and community members can help their loved ones struggling with finding recovery.
This free training will provide detailed information on naloxone (commonly known as Narcan) and how it can reverse the effects of opiates almost immediately when administered.The rights and responsibilities of those who utilize naloxone in emergencies will also be addressed.