For Recovery Support Workers, Community Health Outreach Workers, and all Clinical and non-clinical staff who have undergone at least a basic training in overdose prevention
To provide the information, tools and guidance needed to prepare interested and
qualified people from New Hampshire communities to administer trainings on overdose
prevention and intervention.
- Describe successful practices for recruiting, financing, preparing and conducting effective OD prevention trainings
- Describe the relevance and impact of personal experiences, values and beliefs on trainings and strategies to anticipate and manage group dynamics
- Describe strategies for effectively delivering understandable information on pharmacology, risk factors and evidence-based responses to OD
- Describe practices for conducting training evaluations and facilitating continuous learning
Trainers: Mark Kinzly and Kevin Irwin have been doing community-based overdose prevention programming and training for over 15 years.
When: Tuesday September 19, 5:00pm-8:00pm
Where: Concord Hospital; Pitman Room (3rd floor)
Who: All interested to become Overdose Prevention Trainers