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NARCAN - a naloxone nasal spray created for bystanders, designed to rapidly reverse an opioid overdose and restore breathing.

Public Training Sessions
(For Michigan Residents Only)
Classes are 60 minutes long

In-Person

Monday, June 3rd, at 5:30 pm

In-Person Training Session

(Prior to Northwest Wayne FAN Forum)

Hype Recreation Center of Western Wayne

4635 Howe Rd.

Wayne, MI 48184

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Tuesday, June 18th, at 5:45 pm

In-Person Training Session

(Prior to Macomb FAN Forum)

St. Michael's Catholic Church

40501 Hayes Rd.
Sterling Heights, MI 48313

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Virtual

Wednesday, May 29th, at 11:00 am*

Virtual Training Session

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Tuesday, June 4th, at 6:00 pm*

Virtual Training Session

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Thursday, June 6th, at 11:00 am*

Virtual Training Session

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Thursday, June 13th, at 11:00 am*

Virtual Training Session

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Tuesday, June 25th, at 6:00 pm*

Virtual Training Session

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*For people who live, work, or attend school in Macomb County

TESTIMONIALS

I'm so, so thankful for the training and materials we received at DBG (Detroit Boxing Gym) from Families Against Narcotics, particularly because this situation was completely out of the blue: I was just at home on a Saturday night and the parent of one of my daughter's friends told me she had seen someone lying on the side of the road. There was also, luckily, a paramedic driving by who stopped (but didn't have Narcan!), and EMS arrived quickly. But it really did work rapidly. - Meredith P.

"I had a co-worker at my job overdose and thanks to your training and FAN, we were able to give him the dose I had and do CPR before EMS arrived. I have been carrying naloxone for less than a year and it saved a life. I think everyone should have it if they can. My employer now wants to have it on site." - Alex A.

“I took the virtual last summer, July 2022. A man was overdosing in a car parked outside of my neighbor's home and I gave one dose before 911 arrived” - RW, Detroit

"Thank you again for the presentation.  I found it very informative, as I did not know anything about overdoses or Narcan use.  I have been a nurse for 30 years, but pediatrics and NICU the first half, then Operating Room to present.  This was a very short, but information packed presentation” - JM, Wyandotte

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Can't attend a training?

Explore resources and short training videos on the official Narcan website.

*NOTE: Venues for in-person meetings may or may not require that you wear a face covering. We ask that you please respect the venue's mask policy when attending an in-person event.

 

If you reside, work, or attend school in Macomb County, funding for this training is provided through MCOSA.

FAN is dedicated to reducing the dependency and addiction to prescription drugs, heroin, alcohol, and underage use of marijuana. Federal, state, and local funding has been provided through Macomb County Community Mental Health/Office of Substance Abuse.

Funding for some trainings is provided through a Narcotics Awareness Program grant.


Recipients of substance use services have rights protected by state and federal law and promulgated rules. For information, contact FAN Recipient Rights Advisor, 18900 Fifteen Mile Road, Clinton Township, MI 48035, (586) 438-8500, or State Recipient Rights Coordinator, PO Box 30664, Lansing, MI 48909.

FAN offers Interpretative/Mobility Services. If you are interested in one of these training sessions, but need assistance due to limited English language proficiency or hearing/sight/physical impairment, please contact fan@familiesagainstnarcotics.org  at least 7 days prior to the scheduled class date.

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