St.Peterís Episcopal Church
© St. Peter’s episcopal Church all Rights Reserved 2013

Narcan Training

If access to naloxone is deemed urgent, please contact Cheryll Moore

at 716-858-7695 or cheryll.moore@erie.gov

The St. Peter's Wellness Team is offering a Free Narcan or Naloxone training session on April 30th at 11:30am.  Naloxone, sold under the brandname Narcan among others, is a medication used to block the effects of opioids, especially in Opioid overdose - Wikipedia.  I personally encourage as many people to take this course as possible. If you work or live with at risk children, teens, even older adults that take Opioids (pain killers) this is a great course to take). This is not just for medical personnel. Register today by copying and pasting the address below in your browser, and this will lead you to the area to register. If unable to complete, please register thru Sue Gunn, sgunn@sixgunns.com or Lois Tripp ljt203@yahoo.com. Please register by April 20th,the course will be canceled if 20 or more are not registered by that time. Shalom, Lois Tripp RN Faith Community Nurse Opioid overdose - Wikipedia http://www2.erie.gov/health/index.php?q=free-community-trainings- opioid-overdose-recognition-use-naloxone-reversal  DESCRIPTION Note: A light lunch will be provided by St. Peter's Sponsored in partnership with the Buffalo Police Department, the Erie County Department of Health, along with Horizon Health Services and Evergreen Health Services, areoffering FREE training in the use of naloxone (Narcan). Opioid Overdose Recognition and Use of Naloxone for Reversal Individuals will leave the training able to: ·     recognize the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose ·     properly administer naloxone (via nasal) ·     know the necessary follow-up steps All participants who successfully complete the training will receive a kit containing two doses of naloxone at no charge. Participants must be 16 years or older. Thank you to the West Side Youth Development Coalition for their support of this training. Please note: When there are fewer than 20 pre-registrants 72 hours before a scheduled class, the class will be cancelled. Registrants will be notified by email of the cancellation. If access to naloxone is deemed urgent, please contact Cheryll Moore at 716-858-7695 or cheryll.moore@erie.gov   DATE AND TIME Sun, April 30, 2017 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM EDT LOCATION St Peter's Episcopal Church 205 Longmeadow Road Buffalo, NY 14226  View Map
                                        205 Longmeadow Rd. Eggertsville, NY 14226-2905                                                  
St.Peterís Episcopal Church                                                     205 Longmeadow Rd. Eggertsville, NY 14226-2905
© St. Peter’s episcopal Church all Rights Reserved 2013

Narcan Training

If access to naloxone is deemed urgent, please contact Cheryll Moore at

716-858-7695 or cheryll.moore@erie.gov

The St. Peter's Wellness Team is offering a Free Narcan or Naloxone training session on April 30th at 11:30am.  Naloxone, sold under the brandname Narcan among others, is a medication used to block the effects of opioids, especially in Opioid overdose - Wikipedia.  I personally encourage as many people to take this course as possible. If you work or live with at risk children, teens, even older adults that take Opioids (pain killers) this is a great course to take). This is not just for medical personnel. Register today by copying and pasting the address below in your browser, and this will lead you to the area to register. If unable to complete, please register thru Sue Gunn, sgunn@sixgunns.com or Lois Tripp ljt203@yahoo.com. Please register by April 20th,the course will be canceled if 20 or more are not registered by that time. Shalom, Lois Tripp RN Faith Community Nurse Opioid overdose - Wikipedia http://www2.erie.gov/health/index.php?q=free- community-trainings-opioid-overdose-recognition- use-naloxone-reversal  DESCRIPTION Note: A light lunch will be provided by St. Peter's Sponsored in partnership with the Buffalo Police Department, the Erie County Department of Health, along with Horizon Health Services and Evergreen Health Services, areoffering FREE training in the use of naloxone (Narcan). Opioid Overdose Recognition and Use of Naloxone for Reversal Individuals will leave the training able to: ·     recognize the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose ·     properly administer naloxone (via nasal) ·     know the necessary follow-up steps All participants who successfully complete the training will receive a kit containing two doses of naloxone at no charge. Participants must be 16 years or older. Thank you to the West Side Youth Development Coalition for their support of this training. Please note: When there are fewer than 20 pre- registrants 72 hours before a scheduled class, the class will be cancelled. Registrants will be notified by email of the cancellation. If access to naloxone is deemed urgent, please contact Cheryll Moore at 716-858-7695 or cheryll.moore@erie.gov   DATE AND TIME Sun, April 30, 2017 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM EDT LOCATION St Peter's Episcopal Church 205 Longmeadow Road Buffalo, NY 14226  View Map