Community First Responder Program

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Learn How To Reverse an Overdose Using Naloxone (NARCAN®)

After completing the online training module or group trainings for healthcare providers, you will:

  • Recognize signs, symptoms, and risk factors associated with problematic reactions to opioids
  • Learn how naloxone (Narcan®) works
  • Know how to handle intense situations and use naloxone (Narcan®). 
  • Be eligible to receive a free naloxone kit in the mail to upgrade your first aid kit. 


Free Kit Mailed To You
After Completing Training Course


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Our Health and Well-Being Team is proud to partner with the University of Rhode Island's Community First Responder Program to provide trainings and resources to residents of New Hampshire. 






Become a Community First Responder with
this certification module and be eligible to recieve a free naloxone kit in the mail. 

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Fill Out Form for a Free One-Hour Group Seminar or a One-Hour Program Accredited for Pharmacists, Nurses or Licensed Mental Health Counselors




This project was supported by a Rural Opioid Technical Assistance Regional grant from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the National Institutes of Health under award number 1H79TI085612-01. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.