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Operation Save a Life-Naloxone Training


Signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose include:

  • Pin point pupils
  • Breathing slow, shallow,labored, gurgling or not at all
  • Blue lips and fingertips
  • Skin pale,gray or clammy
  • Unresponsive/unconscious
  • Slow or no pulse
  • Vomiting

Opioid Overdose Naloxone Training

If you are concerned that you or a loved one is at risk for an opioid overdose, this training is for you.

Naloxone is a prescription medication that is safe and effective in reversing an opioid overdose.

Classes are FREE, Call 410-871-1478 to register

Class is on 3rd Wednesday of each month at 5:30 PM and held at:

Access Carroll
10 Distillery Drive, Suite 200
Westminster, MD 21157

Peer to Peer Naloxone Training

If you use opioids and you need Naloxone please call 410-876-4449 and ask for Adrienne Sanders to arrange peer to peer training. Training is free and you receive an overdose response kit with Naloxone.

Is your organization interested in having a Naloxone training for staff?
Please call 410-876-4449 and ask to speak with Adrienne Sanders about scheduling a training.

Naloxone is now available without attending a class. Go to your local pharmacy and tell them you want Naloxone. The pharmacy will run in through your prescription coverage and you will only be charged your co-pay.
Before Its Too Late
Click HERE to learn more about Maryland statewide opioid prevention and awareness efforts, and to get more information about how to respond to an opioid crisis.

Watch this short video about Naloxone produced by the Behavioral Health Administration at the Maryland Department of Health:

For a PDF flyer

Operation Save a Life