The Opioid Public Health Crisis (OPHC) Program and Trainer Course is available for use by individuals, healthcare professionals, and groups and organizations who are working to prevent and reduce the effects of the opioid public health crisis or who serve individuals at risk for opioid misuse/addiction or overdose.
Materials provided via the Trainer Resource Center allows program delivery via on-site or webinar settings.
The program license payment is made separately from the training fee. If you represent an organization that has already paid the licensing fee — then you are all set to proceed with the training.
If you need to pay the program license fee, or have questions, please contact Overdose Lifeline at 844-554-3354 or send an email to email@example.com.
Click on the following button to download the program overview sheet (PDF).
Presentation PowerPoint with trainer notes and complete script.
Customization guide for specific audiences (i.e. parents, educators, community members, healthcare professionals) and time lengths.
For Your Attendees
Attendee pre-post survey, handouts (i.e. quick reference sheet, course notes, additional resources), and certificate of attendance.
Customizable flyer to help promote an upcoming event. Special attendee discount for additional online learning courses from Overdose Lifeline.
Prerequisite: You will complete the prerequisite course as the first part of your training process.
Register: You will be asked to register as a presenter/trainer of the program. Once received, Ovedose Lifeline will create a Trainer account and provide access to the Resource Center and program materials.
Program Course: Then you will take the Opioid Public Health Crisis course as a student to help familiarize yourself with the concepts and information.
Coaching & Technical Assistance: Once you have completed the program online course, a live web meeting will be scheduled to review the program materials and toolset to help prepare you for your first delivery of the program.
"This helped me understand what I can personally do to help my family and others and that the solutions work when all are used, and everyone works together."
"I learned a lot about what contributed to the Opioid Epidemic. I was unfamiliar with statistics that related to the overdose epidemic and they are staggering. I also appreciated learning how Naloxone works in the body and how it reverses effects of an overdose."
"As a public health educator, this course gave me a fantastic overall view of addiction, the opioid crisis (both historically and currently), and how to help."
"I now have a better understanding of efforts the community and I personally can take to help with the opioid and overdose epidemic."