Speaker Series

NARCAN® Training

Zoom Meeting

Sunday, March 7th, 3:30-5pm

It's easy to overdose. Most incidents are accidental, an unintended consequence of user misuse.


The substances causing these overdoses are many and easy to obtain.


Opioid overdoses have been on the rise nationally, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived.


Fentanyl, an extremely dangerous drug, is increasingly found in all types of street drugs.


Our kids can easily find prescription opioids in many of our own medicine cabinets!


Wherever the source or the cause of an overdose, IT IS POSSIBLE TO REVERSE and give someone an opportunity to create a life without drug use.

In 2014, Georgia passed the Medical Amnesty Law. This law stipulates, "that anyone seeking medical assistance for themselves or someone else for a drug overdose cannot be charged with a drug violation if the evidence of the drug violation results 'solely from seeking such medical assistance.'” The Medical Association of Georgia Foundation.


Since then, Georgia Overdose Prevention, an all volunteer organization of people whose lives have been impacted by the death of a friend or family member from opiates and opioids, has taught thousands of Georgians how to administer NARCAN® Nasal Spray* during an overdose crisis.


Over 3357 reversals have been reported. That's 3357 lives saved to date.


Join us. Learn more about the Medical Amnesty Law. Learn how to save a life.


*Free NARCAN® Nasal SprayKits are available to qualifying families.

This complimentary presentation is hosted by
Decatur Parents Network, a sub-committee of the DHS Parent Teacher Student Association,
additional support provided by
Decatur Prevention Initiative.