Participate in the opioid overdose response and take home Naloxone program
Watch this webinar, brought to you by NADA and the Ministry of Health, to find out more about the Opioid Overdose Response and Take Home Naloxone program and how your organisation can become a registered provider of Take Home Naloxone.
Expressions of interest (EOI) are open. The EOI information pack is available on the NSW Health webpage.
Presenters Angela Matheson, Principal Program Manager, Harm Reduction, AOD Prevention and Harm Minimisation, NSW Ministry of Health
Liz Kelly, Senior Project Officer, AOD – Prevention and Harm Minimisation, Centre for Population Health
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