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REMINDER: International Overdose Awareness Day is Wednesday, August 31, 2016.
Register for GHHRC Opioid Overdose Prevention Training ~ OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Join GHHRC at one of these local events:

  • Wed Aug 31st at 9:30am
    International Overdose Awareness Day Press Conference (information only, no training)
    Legislative Office Building (LOB) Room 1B, 300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106
  • Wed Aug 31st between 11:00am – 1:00pm (rolling start times for training sessions – no registration required)
    GHHRC Opioid Overdose Prevention Training at GHHRC 1229 Albany Avenue, Hartford, CT 06112
  • Wed Aug 31st from 4:00pm – 7:00pm (rolling start times for training sessions – no registration required)
    “Recovery is Possible” at Center Memorial Park @ Mary Cheney Library 586 Main Street Manchester, CT 06040
  • Thurs Sept 1st at 7:00pm and EVERY THURSDAY at 7:00pm (one training session – registration requested)
    GHHRC Opioid Overdose Prevention Training at GHHRC 1229 Albany Avenue, Hartford, CT 06112

GHHRC will be on hand at these events providing education, training and FREE Naloxone Kits to those trained, as supplies are available.

 

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