We focus is on Narcan training, equipping individuals with the knowledge and tools to effectively respond to opioid overdoses. By increasing awareness and accessibility to this life-saving medication, we aim to reduce the devastating impact of opioid-related incidents and save lives. We are committed to making Narcan training readily available to diverse communities, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to learn and take action.
We provide FREE Narcan training, all training materials, and a Narcan kit and naloxone administor-trained certification card.
What is Narcan?
Narcan, also known as Naloxone, is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) designed to reverse opioid overdose rapidly.
Why should you get trained?
In 2021 there were 53 toxicity deaths in Kenosha alone, 44 of which were opioid-related.
Addiction does NOT discriminate and has no stereotype. You could save the life of a friend, relative, co-worker, or stranger.
What You Will Learn?
How to recognize the signs of an overdose
What steps to take when you recognize an overdose
How to use Narcan spray to prevent death by overdose
Our Certified Nalaxone Trainers:
Founder & President
Liza Jervis, RN
Chief Medical Advisor | RN