New Hampshire Insurance Company Trains Workers on Overdose Reversal Drug

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Employees at one of New Hampshire’s community mental health centers are getting trained to administer overdose reversal drugs.

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care on Friday held a training session for employees at Riverbend Community Mental Health in Concord as part of its efforts to fight the opioid epidemic. Participants learned how to use the nasal spray form of naloxone.
The vice president of the insurance company, New Hampshire. Bill Brewster says that naloxone can be found in the workplace as easily as fire extinguishers or defibrillators.

Visiting New Hampshire last week, US Doctor General Jerome Adams said the widespread use of overdose recycling drugs is the key to ending the drug crisis. Earlier this year, he issued a rare public health consultant calling on more Americans to carry naloxone.

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