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Narcan (Naloxone Training)

 

This training, with the support of the Monongalia County Health Department, trains participants in the use of Narcan nasal spray, to be used for the treatment of a known or suspected opioid overdose emergency. Narcan is designed to help reverse the effects of an opioid overdose in minutes. Fentanyl test strips are also discussed as part of this training. For the full list of campus Naloxone locations, please visit the WVU Safety website.

The training takes approximately 45 minutes and can be requested for groups by completing on of our program request forms. Program requests must be made at least two weeks in advance.

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Other Wellness Trainings

Find other opportunities to broaden your wellness skill sets and learn about wellness topics.

Alcohol Education

Required for first-year and undergraduate transfer students under the age of 24.

Mental Health Trainings

In-person and virtual trainings offered to faculty, staff and current students.

Emotional Well-being Badge

Offered to faculty and staff to improve their knowledge of emotional wellness topics.

TIPS—Training for Intervention Procedures

Addresses the difficult problems of alcohol misuse on college campuses.

 

Need Assistance?

Our office is happy to assist students, faculty and staff with any issues they face during a training. Get in-touch with our office at wellwvu@mail.wvu.edu to get your questions answered.

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