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Join Us: Virtual Naloxone Training

Join Our New FREE Virtual Community Program

December 6, 2022 @  4:00PM/5:00PM

January 24, 2023 @  4:00PM/5:00PM

February 21, 2023 @  4:00PM/5:00PM

Virtual Training at 4:00 PM

In Person at 5:00 PM – Limited Seating

Click here to download and fill out the online application. We will contact you with instructions on how to log on. Upon completion of the training the free medication will be mailed to you. Please remember to include your phone number.

OVERDOSE? DON'T RUN: CALL 911

Maryland’s GOOD SAMARITAN LAW will protect you! Don’t let someone die… Call 911 IMMEDIATELY and get help!

The “Good Samaritan Law” went into effect October 1, 2014. The law establishes that, “a person who, in good faith, seeks, provides, or assists with the provision of medical assistance for a person experiencing an alcohol- or drug-related medical emergency (such as an overdose) may be immune from criminal prosecution for specific violations if the evidence was obtained solely as a result of the person reaching out for medical assistance. The bill also protects the person experiencing the medical emergency under the same conditions from prosecution for specific violations.” Click here to download.