NYS Takes Action Against Fentanyl Overdoses
Horizon Health Services » Heroin and Opiates
by Taylor Trusso
2y ago
NYS is taking action against the rise in fentanyl related overdoses. Last week, New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) announced their new public awareness “Prevent Overdose” campaign. This new fentanyl campaign is designed to prevent overdose deaths and empower the public with information needed to help save lives. As we live through a pandemic, we continue to fight the opioid epidemic and see the number of overdoses increase due to the use of fentanyl. “During this extremely challenging and unprecedented time with the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals and families ..read more
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Free Opioid Overdose Prevention Training
Horizon Health Services » Heroin and Opiates
by Jenn
3y ago
Overdoses are on the rise throughout Western New York. While overdoses have always been a reality in substance use treatment and recovery, during such a difficult time in our world, they are even more prominent with the stress of recent changes. Whether you or a loved one has or does struggle with substance use, or you just want to learn more, we encourage everyone to get educated and take advantage of our free Opiate Overdose Prevention training! Here are some quick facts & education tips. Know the signs of an overdose: Person is passed out and you cannot wake them up. Breathing is very s ..read more
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