Forum, January 20, 2018,
10:15 AM to 11 AM,
Room 213 (former kitchen)
Opioid addiction is a national epidemic and Howard County families have not escaped the horror of a loved one dying from an overdose. Howard County has a proactive program to save lives using naloxone, a prescription drug. The OBIC board of directors has approved the use of county-provided NARCAN kits for OBIC staff and others at OBIC to use to respond to an overdose.
Learn how to use naloxone and you could save a life! Using prescription opioids
Hear Liesele Wood, Howard County Health Department
For more information, contact Jim Caldiero, email@example.com