Free Narcan Training Tuesday At South Everett Library Branch

May 29, 2022

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There will be a free training on how to use Narcan and what the signs are for an opioid overdose this Tuesday, 6 PM at the Everett Public Library branch at 9512 Evergreen Way. Here’s more.

Save a life with one simple spray!

Join Amy Wheat, opioid outreach specialist with Snohomish County Human Services, for training that covers how to administer Narcan (naloxone), a nasal spray that can prevent the effects of an opioid overdose. This hybrid training will include information on:

  • What an opioid overdose looks like
  • Why the rise of fentanyl increases the danger of a deadly overdose
  • How to use Narcan nasal spray to reverse an opioid overdose

This training is free and open to anyone in the community. Attend in person at the Evergreen Branch Library. Please register to attend via Crowdcast: crowdcast.io/e/narcan

For more resources on the opioid epidemic in Snohomish County, please visit Snohomish Overdose Prevention. Anyone can carry and administer Narcan. To find a pharmacy with Narcan near you, visit StopOverdose.org.



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