The Onondaga County Health Department will begin conducting free naloxone training sessions across the county — the first of which will be held at the North Syracuse Public Library on April 4.
“Opioid related overdoses continue to be a serious public health concern in Onondaga County,” said County Executive Ryan McMahon. “The crisis has affected individuals across all populations in Onondaga County.”
The sessions will include learning how to recognize, respond to, and help reverse opioid overdose using naloxone.
For future training opportunities, or to register for a session — click here.