Our HNB Van program is partnering with the Brant, Haldimand & Norfolk Overdose Awareness Committee to host free Naloxone workshops for this years National Addictions Awareness Week!
Naloxone is a medication that can temporarily reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, buying time to get emergency medical help. Carrying Naloxone could save a life! Whether you have never received a kit or training, want a refresher, or just need to replace a used or expired Naloxone kit, these training events are for you.
November 16 Dunnville Farmer’s Market 11am-12pm
November 16 Cayuga St. John’s Anglican Church parking lot 1pm-2pm
November 17 Townsend REACH parking lot 10am-11am
November 17 Simcoe Simcoe Public Library 12pm-2pm
November 18 Paris Syl Apps parking lot 11am-12pm
November 18 Brantford Grand River Community Health Centre 1pm-2:30pm
November 18 Brantford Grand River Community Health Centre 7pm-8pm
These events will all be held outdoors and will be physically distanced. Please bring a mask
If you have questions or need more information, please get in touch with our Brantford Harm Reduction Worker Anya at email@example.com