Overdose Information

recoverynormallWhile we hope that we one day get to a stage where every opiate user has easy access to naloxone, we have to understand that basic overdose information is essential. Here we have a collection of general overdose related resources can be used to complement naloxone programmes, starting of course with this great video on how to put someone into the recovery position.

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Harm Reduction Works OD

The Harm Reduction Works campaign materials from the National Treatment Agency include many high quality resources for working with overdose. These include DVD's, leaflets and posters. For services in England these resources are free, however for other parts of the UK and international services there is a charge.

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Overdose Workshop

Overdose Workshop

Written by Nigel Brunsdon of the Injecting Advice blog this is a free overdose workshop containing quizzes, group exercises and other resources to be used in workshop/group settings. The workshop is free to use and adapt, the site also includes posters and a presentation for the workshop.

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U-Turn Overdose App

Chris Rintoul and Iain 'Buff' Cameron from U-Turn in Ireland have developed an interactive app to help people respond to overdoses. This app talks people though CPR, calling an ambulance and (if available) administering naloxone. The free app is available for both iPhone and Android phones.

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Harm Reductin International

Harm Reduction International

Harm Reduction International is a leading non-governmental organisation working to promote and expand support for harm reduction worldwide. Their section of '50 of the best overdose resources' is a great collection. 

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