Overdose Lifeline, Inc. (ODL) is an Indiana-based nonprofit dedicated to helping individuals, families, and communities affected by the disease of addiction / substance use disorder through advocacy, education, harm reduction, prevention, resources, and support.
The organization has been on the front-lines of the opioid epidemic since 2014. Today, Overdose Lifeline works with more than 350 organizations, in 22 U.S. states, using one or more of our educational and training programs.
Visit our main website OverdoseLifeline.org for more information about our programs and resources.
Available for individual learning and continuing education or as trainer programs that allow an individual to be trained to deliver within their local community(ies).
The program will assist clinicians in building knowledge and competency in the underserved area - substance use disorder/opioid crisis. As well as, for those from other disciplines who have a role in addressing the opioid crisis or who want to learn more about substance use disorder and the opioid public health crisis. The program is structured to support the educational needs of healthcare clinicians, students and the layperson.
The program will meet requirements for: Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), National Association of Social Workers (NASW), and additional professional credentialing areas.