OVERDOSE AWARENESS & PREVENTION

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Canadian Harm Reduction Network

OVERDOSE AWARENESS & PREVENTION

A Workshop for Front Line & Peer Workers

Free Workshop!

Wednesday, June 1/16

1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Space is limited

REGISTER:   harmreductionTO@gmail.com

DOWNTOWN CENTRAL LOCATION


In this interactive workshop we’ll cover:

  • Experiences of overdose
  • Risks of overdose and how to mitigate these
  • How to spot an overdose – opiates and stimulants
  • Responding to overdose, including the use of Naloxone
  • Talking to clients about use, risks, overdose
  • Why your agency and other places in your community need an overdose protocol
  • Emerging issues & trends

 

Presenters/facilitators: CHRN Staff and Peer Educators

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The Canadian Harm Reduction Network

666 Spadina Avenue, Suite 1904,

Toronto, ON M5S 2H8

Phone: 416 – 928 – 0279 • Fax: 416 – 966 – 9512

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