Training & Resources
Overdose prevention and response materials to educate people how to use naloxone. There are also resources for Take Home Naloxone sites that distribute kits.
This web app is a project of the St. Paul’s Hospital Emergency Department with assistance from St. Paul’s Addiction Medicine and funding from St. Paul’s Foundation. It gives emergency rooms and other approved Take Home Naloxone sites an online training tool for people who use opioids and their loved ones to learn how to respond to an overdose with their kit.Quick-Learn Lesson
This 15-20 minute interactive course in how to use naloxone is more detailed than the NaloxoneTraining.com web app.Naloxone Training Manual
Created to support any person interested in learning how to prevent, recognize and respond to opioid overdoses. It includes the key knowledge and competencies required to administer naloxone.Training Checklist
Take Home Naloxone Participant Knowledge ChecklistTraining Certificate
This certificate may be presented to those who have completed the Take Home Naloxone training.Training Certificate Cards - Business Size
These certificate cards may be presented to those who have completed the Take Home Naloxone training.Train-the-Trainer Training Certificate of Completion
This certificate may be presented to individuals, by participating THN sites, who demonstrate a high level of understanding related to overdose recognition and response and intend to train other potential trainers.
Take Home Naloxone trainers, who intend to train others, should review the following recommended resources:
Trainers should connect with participating THN sites to obtain training supplies for demonstration and practice by trainees.
Please review our complete list of training resources.Train-the-Trainer Training Certificate Cards - Business Size
These certificate cards may be presented to those who have completed the Take Home Naloxone "Train-the-Trainer" training.Take Home Naloxone Training Quiz
A quick naloxone pre-training and post-training quiz for Take Home Naloxone trainers to test participant knowledge about overdose recognition and response.
Why Give Breaths?
This video discusses why naloxone is only a part of the overdose response and why giving breaths is critical to keep someone alive and healthy.SAVE ME Steps for NaloxoneTraining.com
This 6 minute instructional video with captions was developed for the NaloxoneTraining.com web app. It demonstrates the SAVE ME Steps to respond to an opioid overdose with a Take Home Naloxone kit.How To Use Naloxone (Narcan)
This short video walks through the symptoms of an opioid overdose and how to respond with naloxone.Naloxone Saves Lives
This 13 minute video shows how the THN program is saving lives. It includes naloxone training.Naloxone Wakes You Up
This 6 minute video is for young adults. It highlights the overdose dangers they face and how to save a life with naloxone.
SAVE ME Steps To Save A Life
This letter-sized poster is great for home or office printing. It highlights the signs and response to an opioid overdose with the SAVE ME steps, which are also found in the Take Home Naloxone kit.How to Respond to an Opioid Overdose
Facts on stimulant use.
Signs, Postcards & Inserts
Naloxone decals (print-ready)
'Naloxone on Site' and 'Naloxone Training Here' decals.
Best printed on removable white vinylGood Samaritan Act wallet card (print-ready)
Best printed on 10m Mohawk Synthetic PolyTake Home Naloxone Site Sign
Printable display sign for sites distributing Take Home Naloxone kits.Wakes You Up Booklet
Beautifully illustrated by youth artists, this booklet shares quotes from street-involved youth about their experiences using naloxone. Developed by the Naloxone Inner City Youth Experience (NICYE) Team.SAVE ME Insert - English
SAVE ME Step Insert as displayed in the Take Home Naloxone Kits (English Version).SAVE ME Insert - French
SAVE ME Step Insert as displayed in the Take Home Naloxone Kits (French Version).
Overdose Survival Guide
- Overdose Awareness Posters
See our Infographics page for details on the Take Home Naloxone program, the opioid emergency in BC, and more.