The primary goal of the MO-HOPE Project is to create system level changes that will result in fewer opioid overdose deaths. A key component of that effort is to offer those who are at highest risk of experiencing or encountering an opioid overdose with the tools and knowledge to act.

MO-HOPE currently offers a number of different overdose education and response trainings, including trainings focused on responding to an overdose, teaching a client or patient about naloxone, and training others to conduct MO-HOPE trainings.

♦   MO-HOPE has recently developed an online training, consisting of a series of videos to train people to use naloxone (Narcan) and have overdose education and naloxone distribution conversations with those at high risk of witnessing or experiencing opioid overdoses. These trainings can be completed in 30-45 minutes. Click here to access this online training.

♦   To learn more about the different MO-HOPE trainings, click here.

♦   After you have reviewed the different trainings offered by MO-HOPE, you can attend or request a training by the options below:

  1. PreventEd offers virtual trainings once a month, and these are open to anyone. You can find and register for these trainings on PreventEd’s website:
  2. Organizations can request a training (virtual or in-person), and coordinate with PreventEd staff to coordinate a date/time that best suits your needs. To schedule a training, please contact Stacie Zellin at

♦   To watch brief overviews of naloxone training videos, click here.