The Overdose Lifeline Trainer Programs allow individuals to get trained in delivering the courses in their local communities. To date, more than 440 trainers and delivery partners across over 28 U.S. states have been trained to deploy youth and adult programming.
The trainer programs are designed for businesses, individuals, educators, employers, healthcare professionals, and organizations who are working to prevent and reduce the effects of substance use disorder/addiction or the opioid health crisis.
The trainer process is highly accessible, allowing someone to complete the training online and to be able to deliver the program locally in a short period of time.
To earn trainer designation, individuals complete one or more prerequisite courses and program training via the web.
The program materials available for download from the Presenter Resource Center allows program delivery via on-site or webinar settings. Trainer Resource Centers include: Presentation, Full Script, Resources, Attendee Surveys, Hand-outs, Attendee Certificates, and more.
Annual licensing and training fees vary by program. If an individual is planning to become a trainer in more than one program, the training process will be customized and fees may be lower as some of the prerequisites cross programs.
- Trainer training runs from $225 to $300/person
- Annual program licensing for Adult-focused programs are $400/group. Providing access for one or more trainers within an organization to use the materials.
- Annual program licensing for Youth-focused program starts at $250/group to $2000 (based upon county population).
Browse the available Trainer Courses below for more detail about the individual program, training process and pricing. Note: The pricing displayed below is the per person training fee. It does not include the annual licensing fee.
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Brain and the Disease of Addiction Trainer
Guide to Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery (SUD-TR) Trainer
Removing the Shame and Stigma of Substance Use Disorder (RSS-SUD) Trainer
Opioid Public Health Crisis (OPHC) Trainer
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Trainer
Layperson Naloxone Administration Trainer
First Responder Naloxone Trainer
This is (Not) About Drugs (TINAD) Trainer