Healthcare Professional Event Aug 17, 2018
Naloxone Train-the-Trainer Class

How to Establish and Maintain a Naloxone Distribution Program

Event Date: February 14, 2018

Event Time: 9:30-11:00 AM

If you know someone who would like to attend, please have them RSVP. If you can’t make it and would like to attend at a later date, please let us know and we’ll keep you on our list. We will send a reminder the week before this class to everyone who has RSVP’d.


Naloxone Train-the-Trainer Class:

How to Establish and Maintain a Naloxone Distribution Program

August 17th, 2:30-4:00 pm

3653 SE 34th Ave, Portland OR 97202

Basement Conference Room



RSVP is required. Spots may be limited. Respond to with the names of participants. If necessary, we may need to cap the number of participants per agency.


Multnomah County Health Department created five videos which provide basic education in naloxone use and recognizing overdose.  As of October 2017, training is no longer required to gain access to naloxone, but is recommended. You can access the videos here.


Our train-the-trainer session supplements these basic training videos. Participants will also:

  • Get comfortable with a recommended training protocol (as covered in videos)
  • Learn additional material beyond the recommended protocol
  • Learn more about the logistics of starting a naloxone program (ordering supplies, storage, data collection etc)

Community-based organizations may now purchase naloxone through the Multnomah County Health Department Pharmacy.  If you would like to order naloxone, please let us know when you RSVP and we will send you all the necessary paperwork.  This will allow you to purchase a small amount of naloxone for use at your social service agency.


With the passage of HB 3440, individuals and entities may purchase naloxone through a pharmacy without a prescription.  Social services agencies may purchase as much naloxone as needed for use at their agency.  A map of pharmacies currently distributing naloxone can be found on the Oregon Health Authority website.



  • Due to limited resources, we do not distribute naloxone kits at this training.
  • It is not required to attend this training before starting your own program. This training is solely to build training capacity at your agency.

Parking: Please park on the street. The parking lot is reserved for clinic patients.