Receive Naloxone Training

In 2015 Tennessee had the 10th highest overdose mortality rate in the nation. Naloxone can reverse a potentially fatal overdose by allowing the person to breathe normally after the opioid medication has slowed their breathing to a dangerous rate. Having access to Naloxone, and having the proper training to use it, could save a life.
How can I do that?
  1. Visit the Department of Health's Naloxone Training Information website
  2. Scroll to the Training for the General Public section and read through the General Public Training pdf and the PowerPoint presentation below it. 
  3. Take the Assessment listed under the Self-Assessment section.
  4. Fill out and print your Printable Certificate.
  5. Locate your nearest anti-drug coalition with access to Naloxone for possible distribution and contact them for more information.