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This report provides recommendations for actions that state and local leaders can take immediately to increase evidence-based practices, decrease arbitrary determinations, and prevent overdose deaths. The report also provides concrete steps that will, in the longterm, help dismantle a siloed system of unequal access and disparities and move towards an integrated system that promotes restorative justice, where people and families are treated with dignity, and where addiction is treated as a health and wellness matter rather than one of moral failing or criminality.
When a disaster strikes--our families, friends, and neighbors--are often the first ones to offer help. You may be close with your family and friends. With neighbors, you may just nod or wave from across the street. No matter how well you know the people living near you, the help we give and get from each other to "bounce back" from a disaster helps our entire community recover.
Posted 6/23/2020 (updated 6/25/2020)
In this follow up to RCORP-TA’s May 26th Webinar on Reducing Overdose Death During COVID-19, the four panelists will return to answer questions and introduce new areas of importance.
Opioid overdose death rates were reduced in communities where overdose education and nasal naloxone distribution (OEND) was implemented. This study provides observational evidence that by training potential bystanders to prevent, recognize, and respond to opioid overdoses, OEND is an effective intervention.
This RSV Breakout Session was held in the Mt. Vernon Square Room on Wednesday, March 5, 2020, at 2:30 PM
Posted 11/19/2019 (updated 1/3/2020)
Although typically delivered via intramuscular or intravenous injection, naloxone may be delivered via intranasal spray device.