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First Responder Naloxone Program and Trainer Course
First Responder Naloxone Trainer Course will teach you how to train departments and staff on how to respond to an opioid overdose and administer naloxone.
The First Responder Naloxone Program and Trainer Course is for individuals who are responsible for training law enforcement, fire departments and other first responder groups and organizations.
What You Will Learn
You will acquire a foundational understanding of the opioid public health crisis and the overdose epidemic. You will learn how to train individuals to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose and how to administer the opioid overdose reversal drug Naloxone (brand name NARCAN).
The program materials available for download from the Presenter Resource Center include: Presentation Powerpoint, presenter notes, attendee notes and quick reference sheet, attendee certificate, and sample department protocol.
Successful completion of “The Brain and the Disease of Addiction” is a prerequisite for being trained to deliver the First Responder Naloxone training.
Certificate of Completion
This course includes a "Certificate of Completion" delivered upon achievement of 80% minimum passing grade on the final exam.
I. Brief Review of the Disease of Addiction
II. Opioid Overview
III. The Overdose Epidemic
A. Data, Trends and Impact
IV. Overdose Prevention
A. Who is at Risk of an Overdose
B. The Danger of Exposure
C. Factors that Increase Heroin Overdose
D. Patient Presentation and Environmental Signs
E. Harm Reduction Definition
V. Responding to an Overdose
A. What is Naloxone
B. Naloxone Laws
C. Why Use Naloxone
D. How Opioids Affect the Central Nervous System
E. How Naloxone Stops an Overdose
F. Myths and Truths About Naloxone
G. PAARI – Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative
VI. Naloxone Administration
A. Intranasal Naloxone Administration (ADAPT)
B. Intranasal Naloxone Administration (AMPHASTAR)
C. Post Administration
D. General Naloxone Information
Program and Training Pricing
- Prerequisite: The Brain and the Disease of Addiction online training course with certificate of completion – $15/person
- Training: First Responder Naloxone Trainer Course with certificate of completion. $150/trainer
- Course Kit: $30/trainer (Printed course materials, 50 pages)
- Program Access: $400/year (Provides access for one or more trainers within a department to use the materials)
Interested in Becoming a Delivery Partner for this Program - But Have Questions?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org | 844-554-3354 or click on the "Interested - Please Contact Me" button, complete a brief form and an Overdose Lifeline team member will contact you to answer your questions, review the presenter/trainer program details and talk about next steps.
I'm Ready - Register Me for the Trainer Program
If you do not have any questions, and are ready to begin the process to become a presenter / trainer of this program. Please click on the "Register for this Program" button and complete a short regsitration form. We ask presenters to register with Overdose Lifeline prior to getting access to the program resources, training and materials. This will allow Overdose Lifeline to provide presenters with ongoing support and updates and help to track and measure the program's reach and results.