Revive RVA: Regional Solutions to the Opioid Crisis has ended

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Thursday, October 26 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
REVIVE Training (additional registration is required) FULL

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The summit will offer free training from 3 to 4:30 p.m. on how to administer naloxone following an actual or suspected overdose of heroin or opioids. Naloxone, which is available in Virginia without a prescription, can temporarily reverse the drugs' toxic effects, allowing time to seek professional medical attention.

The training, developed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, is intended for family and friends of someone who is at risk of an overdose. The class provides hands-on instruction on the administration of naloxone's nasal form and is restricted to individuals 18 and older. Registration is mandatory in order to attend the training. To register, go to www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZZC6V6X The training is limited to 150 participants, and they will leave the session with a complimentary dose of naloxone.


Melissa Ackley

Prevention Manager, Chesterfield County MH/MR/SA- Prevention
We are an OPT-R and PFS grantee
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John Beaver

Outreach Coordinator/CPRSS, SAARAofVirginia
Outreach Coordinator and Community Resource Specialist, Detox Nurse , DOC, Emergency, First Responder, MasterTrainer in REVIVE partnering with the DBHDS. CPRSS with the Saara Center for Recovery in a Peer to Peer Recovery Community Center.

Allyson Butler

Prevention, Chesterfield County

Janet Loving

Program Manager, Chesterfield CSB

Wendy Phillips

Clinician, Henrico Mental Health

Monica Robinson

Clinical Program Supervisor, RBHA
Prevention -opioid epidemic Strengthening Families

Andrea Wilkinson

richmond Behavioral Health

Thursday October 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT