Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided with Naloxone) aims to educate opioid users and their loved ones on the risk factors for an opioid overdose, recognizing an overdose and how to respond to an overdose with nasal naloxone spray. These resources will help you find project DAWN kits locally.
Meridian HealthCare traces its roots back to 1972, when it was incorporated as a community-based, non-profit organization with a goal of serving individuals and families struggling with addiction.
Medication Assisted Treatment Orientation: MAT Presentation
NOPE Task Force (Narcotics Overdose Prevention & Education) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that was formed in Palm Beach County, Florida in 2004, to combat the illegal use of prescription drugs and narcotics, as well as other abused substances. NOPE Task Force is comprised of community leaders and concerned families working to save lives.
911 Good Samaritan Act – 911 Good Samaritan Act Overdose Suppression Project – A Comprehensive Response NOPE Family Brochure – Coping With Suddon Loss Risk Profile – Overdose Risk Profile Brochure
My name is Greg McNeil. In October 2015 I lost my son, Sam, to a heroin overdose. As a parent, I was confident we had it covered. Since his passing, I’ve come to realize there are now more families than ever in the same desperate situation we were in with Sam.
Ep. 151 – Rebecca Crowder, Lily’s Place
Greg interviews Rebecca Crowder, the Executive Director of Lily’s Place. Lily’s Place is a Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) facility that provides observational, therapeutic, and pharmalogica...