Save a life! Register by Oct. 30 for Naloxone training

Hello Regis Community!

The time has come for another “Opioid Overdose Education & Response” session. These information sessions are an effort to spread awareness about Regis’s “Naloxone Accessibility Program” and will be offered several times a year. These sessions are completely voluntary and meant to provide participants with basic knowledge about opioid use and crisis mitigation. There will also be an overview of how Naloxone is used to treat opioid overdoses and the locations of naloxone stations throughout our campus.

Students and staff alike are welcome to join in!

The upcoming session will be held:
Date/Time: Nov. 1 from 1-2 p.m.
Location: Modular Classroom A 185

The training will be relaxed but begin and end punctually out of respect for your time. There will be extra time allotted for anyone who would like to ask additional questions etc. but the core information will be delivered within the hour.

Please RSVP by Oct. 30 if you would like to attend.

Thank you for your interest,

Regis University EHSO (Environmental Safety Officer)