Opioid Overdose Training

Learn how to respond to and reverse an opioid overdose with naloxone.



First Friday Every Month



1 hour



Recommended donation of $10, pay what you can

This virtual training will teach you how to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose. We’ll show you how to perform rescue breathing and administer Naloxone (commonly known as Narcan) in the event of an overdose. We’ll talk about how to prepare for this situation and what to do after. At the end of the training, we’ll connect you with resources to get Naloxone. The training will run for 30 minutes, followed by 30 minutes of optional discussion with the facilitator.


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Clinical Moderators

All groups are moderated by trained healthcare providers, so you can trust the information being shared.


Donation Based

Only pay for the value you receive from the groups, nothing else.


100% Virtual

Skip the church basement and meet from the comfort of your couch at home.


The Confidant Opioid Overdose Training is for anyone that may be in a situation to reverse an opioid overdose. If you, a loved one, or a friend is using prescription or illicit opioids then this training is for you. The training is also applicable for community bystanders that may encounter an overdose situation. This includes librarians, restaurant and bar employees, and other individuals that feel they may encounter an overdose situation.


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    You will learn how to save someone’s life that is experiencing an opioid overdose by administering the rescue medication naloxone.

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    This includes the steps to identify an opioid overdose and how to respond, including rescue breathing and administering naloxone.

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    You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have to a trained medical professional in a judgement-free environment.


Group Organizer

Sherry Lucke

When I started working in healthcare as a cardiac nurse I saw the widespread effects of addiction. Since, I’ve dedicated my career to helping people overcome substance use disorders. I use a compassionate and supportive approach along with the top medical interventions. The approach I take with clients has been influenced by my experience at the bedside as a clinical care nurse and my training as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. This enables me to support clients in their overall health as well as their behavioral health. In addition to being able to prescribe and manage general medications, I hold a waiver to treat clients with opioid use disorder using buprenorphine. I focus on treating the whole person, not just on substance use.