Overdose Lifeline Trainer Programs
Overdose Lifeline trainer programs are designed for businesses, individuals, educators, employers, healthcare professionals, and organizations who are working to prevent and reduce the effects of the opioid public health crisis and educate and raise awareness of addiction/substance use disorder.
Overdose Lifeline's trainer process is highly accessible, allowing someone to complete the training online and be able to deliver the program locally in a short period of time.
To earn trainer designation, individuals complete one or more pre-requisite courses and program training via the web. If an individual is planning to become a trainer on more than one program, we would customize the training process, so that one builds upon the prior. These will likely be lowered training costs as some of the courses require the same pre-requisites.
The program materials available for download from the Presenter Resource Center allows program delivery via on-site or webinar settings. Trainer Resource Centers include: Presentation, Full Script, Resources, Attendee Surveys, Hand-outs, Attendee Certificates, and more.
Annual licensing and training fees vary by program. Please use the links/buttons to visit the individual program's web page for details about program, trainer materials and pricing and where you can download an overview sheet.
Adult Trainer Programs
Youth Trainer Programs
Interested in Becoming a Trainer?
Overdose Lifeline offers Trainer Programs for each of these courses - allowing individuals to be trained to deliver the courses within their local community. For more information, 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.