This 2-hour course is designed to train first responders across the state in the proper pre-hospital administration of intranasal naloxone to reduce the number of fatalities which can result from opiate overdoses.


Participants will be better able to:

  •  Implement learned principals to streamline their roles in administering and the distribution of Naloxone
  • Understand what can be expected when encountering an opioid overdose individual
  • Develop a departmental policy to establish guidelines and regulations governing the utilization of Intranasal Naloxone administration


  • Definition of Opiate
  • Types of Opioids
  • Drug Overdose Death Rates
  • Your Rights Under The Law
  • Threat to First Responders
  • How Does Overdose Occur?
  • Opioid Treatment – Naloxone
  • Intranasal Naloxone Distribution
  • Policy for Distribution of Narcan
  • Incident Reporting
  • Joshua Ashley-Pauley Act
  • SAMHSA Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit

Upcoming Classes

  • January 01 1970