What We Offer

The MO-HOPE project offers a number of different core trainings, with the option to include additional modules to customize a training designed to meet the needs of individual agencies and organizations.

This training prepares individuals to train those who will discuss overdose education and naloxone use with individuals at risk of experiencing or witnessing an opioid overdose. After completion of this course, participants will be given resources to present all materials to others. This course is most appropriate for individuals who will offer trainings to county and municipal health departments, treatment providers, socials service agencies (including homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, food banks, etc), medical providers, and other community organizations and agencies that may work with at-risk individuals.

Core Material (2 Hours):

  • Opioid Overdose Background: Learn about opioid overdose causes and trends
  • Opioid Epidemic: Learn about existing efforts to combat the opioid crisis and legislative protections for naloxone use and dispensing
  • Opioid Overdose Prevention, Recognition, and Response: Learn how to correctly identify and respond to an overdose event, including how to administer naloxone, and how to prevent future overdoses
  • Delivering Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (OEND): Learn how to provide clients with overdose education, and either distribute or recommend how and where a client can acquire naloxone.
  • MO-HOPE Evaluation: Learn how to participate in MO-HOPE evaluation protocols, including teaching clients/patients how to complete “Overdose Field Reports” when naloxone is used to reverse an overdose

This POST accredited training prepares individuals to offer trainings to those who are likely to be the first responds on the scene of an overdose. After completion of this course, participants will be given resources to present all materials, and request POST accreditation for the course they offer. This course is most appropriate for individuals who will offer trainings to emergency responders, including law enforcement and fire fighters, security officers, college/university housing or residence life staff, or other individuals who may respond to an overdose emergency.

Core Material (2 Hours):

  • Opioid Use Disorder Overview: Learn about opioid use disorder, including a brief overview the effects of opioids on the brain.
  • Opioid Overdose Background: Learn about opioid overdose causes and trends
  • Opioid Epidemic: Learn about existing efforts to combat the opioid crisis and legislative protections for naloxone use and dispensing
  • Opioid Overdose Recognition and Response: Learn how to correctly identify and respond to an overdose event, including how to properly administer naloxone
  • Managing Overdose Situations: Learn how to effectively and compassionately work with individuals who have just experienced or witnessed an overdose
  • MO-HOPE Evaluation: Learn how to participate in MO-HOPE evaluation protocols, including the completion of “Overdose Field Reports” when naloxone is used to reverse an overdose

This training is designed for individuals who will discuss overdose education and naloxone use with individuals at risk of experiencing or witnessing an opioid overdose. This course is most appropriate for medical, mental health, and substance use treatment providers, social service agencies (including homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, food banks, etc.) and other community organizations and agencies that may work with individuals at risk of witnessing or experiencing an opioid overdose.

Core Material (1.5 Hours):

  • Opioid Overdose Background: Learn about opioid overdose causes and trends
  • Opioid Epidemic: Learn about existing efforts to combat the opioid crisis and legislative protections for naloxone use and dispensing
  • Opioid Overdose Prevention, Recognition, and Response: Learn how to correctly identify and respond to an overdose event, including how to administer naloxone, and how to prevent future overdoses
  • Delivering Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (OEND): Learn how to provide clients with overdose education and either distribute or recommend how and where a client can acquire naloxone.
  • MO-HOPE Evaluation: Learn how to participate in MO-HOPE evaluation protocols, including teaching clients/patients how to complete “Overdose Field Reports” when naloxone is used to reverse an overdose.

This training is designed for individuals who are likely to be the first responders on the scene of an overdose. This course is most appropriate for law enforcement, fire fighters, security officers, college/university housing or residence life staff, or other individuals who may respond to an overdose emergency.

Core Material (1.5 hours):

  • Opioid Use Disorder Overview: Learn about opioid use disorder, including a brief overview the effects of opioids on the brain.
  • Opioid Overdose Background: Learn about opioid overdose causes and trends
  • Opioid Epidemic: Learn about existing efforts to combat the opioid crisis and legislative protections for naloxone use and dispensing
  • Opioid Overdose Recognition and Response: Learn how to correctly identify and respond to an overdose event, including how to properly administer naloxone, and how to prevent future overdoses
  • Managing Overdose Situations: Learn how to effectively and compassionately work with individuals who have just experienced or witnessed an overdose
  • MO-HOPE Evaluation: Learn how to participate in MO-HOPE evaluation protocols, including the completion of “Overdose Field Reports” when naloxone is used to reverse an overdose.

 

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