Opioid Overdose Prevention Network

Training/Events

NEW BRUNSWICK

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NEWARK

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TOMS RIVER

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CAMDEN

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Make an appointment for your free on-site training and naloxone kits today!

To schedule an on-site training and/or register for a session contact:

Trish Dooley Budsock, MA, LPC, CTTS
Phone: (732) 235-3361
dooleypc@rwjms.rutgers.edu

Distribution of FREE naloxone kits for training attendees, including family members, friends, professionals, and individuals who are at risk or could be in the presence of someone who is at risk for an overdose.

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Mission

Funded by the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Department of Health, the Opioid Overdose Prevention 

Network (OOPN) initiative receives real-time, statewide information about drug overdoses from the state’s police fusion center. This capability allows OOPN to deploy prevention interventions, which include community and professional trainings as well as the distribution of naloxone.

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Objective Goals

To provide free trainings and naloxone kits to communities in New Jersey. View Our Flyer.

Total U.S. Drug Deaths* - More than 72,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2017, including illicit drugs and prescription opioids—a 2-fold increase in a decade.

Source: CDC https://www.drugabuse.gov/related-topics/trends-statistics/overdose-death-rates

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Testimonials

"They did an awesome job explaining everything and we are really grateful to move forward with the knowledge you have provided us in the event we will ever have to use it." ~Collaborative Support Programs of NJ

"Thanks again for your fabulous training last Friday. People raved about how helpful it was and how relevant it is to their work." ~Mental Health Association of New Jersey

"The Narcan training yesterday was a great success and I got such wonderful feedback from many of the participants." ~Middletown High School North

"Thank you so very much for your presentation. You are a wonderful group of people who do our communities such a great service!!!" ~Somerset County Nurse Association

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Resources

SAMHSA – Toolkits

Harm Reduction Coalition

Narcan

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Our Partners

Funded by the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS)

New Jersey State Police Regional Operations & Intelligence Center (ROIC)

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Rutgers School of Social Work

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Contact Us

Division of Addiction Psychiatry

317 George Street, Suite 105

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Phone: (732) 235-4341

Fax: (732) 235-4277