Overdose Education & Naloxone Distribution

Opioid Overdose Prevention & Education   

Opioid overdose deaths are preventable. The CMHPSM provides funding for opioid overdose prevention initiatives, including Naloxone training and distribution.

Online Overdose Prevention Training

Take A.C.T.I.O.N. and Save A Life

OverdoseACTION.org is a collaboration between Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan, University of Michigan School of Nursing, Home of New Vision, and Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office with the mission to reduce opioid overdoses in the four counties of Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw.

With funding received from Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation, OverdoseACTION.org's goals are to:

Increase access to naloxone for first responders and the community; ​Deliver opioid overdose prevention education to the community online and in person;

Provide technical assistance and consultation to organizations and individuals to develop, implement, and evaluate opioid overdose prevention education.

 

Virtual/In-Person Training for Organizations

Organizations in the four counties of Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe and Washtenaw can schedule free Overdose Education trainings by contacting Alyssa Tumolo tumoloa@cmhpsm.org or Rebecca DuBois duboisr@cmhpsm.org. Organizations who receive training can also obtain free naloxone utilizing either of the resources below.

Naloxone Distribution  

Organizations who complete Naloxone training in the four counties of Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe and Washtenaw through CMHPSM and read through the Naloxone Policy can obtain free naloxone in one of two ways:


Jot Form Request

*Used to request Kits, Kit Supplies, or Naloxone
 

MDHHS is dedicated to reducing the number of accidental overdose deaths due to opioids.  To that end, jails, law enforcement, and community organizations may

Request Naloxone Nasal Spray
 

*Used to request Naloxone only. The State uses the word Kits, however their Kit only includes Naloxone.

Please complete and submit to request a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) if you would like to receive naloxone from CMHPSM to further distribute to the community. Information regarding CMHPSM’s policy can be found here: CMHPSM Naloxone Policy

Questions???

For questions regarding Naloxone Distribution contact Alyssa Tumolo tumoloa@cmhpsm.org or Rebecca DuBois duboisr@cmhpsm.org

Opioid Overdose Prevention & Education   

Opioid overdose deaths are preventable. The CMHPSM provides funding for opioid overdose prevention initiatives, including Naloxone training and distribution.

Online Overdose Prevention Training

Take A.C.T.I.O.N. and Save A Life

OverdoseACTION.org is a collaboration between Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan, University of Michigan School of Nursing, Home of New Vision, and Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office with the mission to reduce opioid overdoses in the four counties of Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw.

With funding received from Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation, OverdoseACTION.org's goals are to:

  • Increase access to naloxone for first responders and the community; ​

  • Deliver opioid overdose prevention education to the community online and in person;

  • Provide technical assistance and consultation to organizations and individuals to develop, implement, and evaluate opioid overdose prevention education.

 

Virtual/In-Person Training for Organizations

Organizations in the four counties of Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe and Washtenaw can schedule free Overdose Education trainings by contacting Alyssa Tumolo tumoloa@cmhpsm.org or Rebecca DuBois duboisr@cmhpsm.org. Organizations who receive training can also obtain free naloxone utilizing either of the resources below.

Naloxone Distribution  

Organizations who complete Naloxone training in the four counties of Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe and Washtenaw through CMHPSM and read through the Naloxone Policy can obtain free naloxone in one of two ways:

  • Jot Form Request
    *Used to request Kits, Kit Supplies, or Naloxone

     

  • MDHHS is dedicated to reducing the number of accidental overdose deaths due to opioids.  To that end, jails, law enforcement, and community organizations may
    Request Naloxone Nasal Spray 
     

  • *Used to request Naloxone only. The State uses the word Kits, however their Kit only includes Naloxone.