New Mexico Public Health Association
In New Mexico and throughout the United States, active efforts are underway to address the Opioid epidemic including law enforcement and other first responder training. The ability to intervene in an opioid overdose with the use of Naloxone has increased the ability of law enforcement and first responders nationwide in saving lives. However in Indian Country, the overlap of Federal, State and Tribal law enforcement and first responder systems, as well as Federal, State and Tribal health care networks create questions on access and training for Naloxone supply and distribution. Join us at the upcoming Tribal Opioid Learning Collaborative for discussion on Federal and State policy and procedure regarding Naloxone training and distribution, open discussion on integration of Tribal health care system training for local first responders, and participate in Naloxone training on site.
To reserve your spot, fill out the application below.
The Tribal Opioid Learning Collaboratives are free to attend, and meals will be provided. We have secured a small amount of sleeping rooms the night before each event, and accommodations are available for purchase.
Please select the event you would like to attend. If there are no spots available, you may join the waitlist and you will be contacted in the event that someone else cancels.
Registration will begin at 8:00 am June 27th and the location of the training is the Santa Claran Hotel, 460 N Riverside Dr, Espanola, NM 87532 .
Register here: https://form.jotform.com/91125194100141