Learn how you can save a life! Naloxone can reverse a heroin or prescription pain pill opioid overdose, and prevent accidental death.
This free training will provide detailed information on naloxone (commonly known by the commercial brand name Narcan), and how naloxone can reverse the effects of opiates almost immediately when administered properly. Learn about the rights and responsibilities of those who utilize naloxone in emergencies, under Federal and New Jersey law.
Date: December 19th, 2017 Time: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Hosted by: The Counseling Center at Toms River Location:1198 Lakewood Rd., Suite 102, Toms River, NJ. 08753 (directions)
Note: Free Narcan kits will be available to a limited number of participants in this seminar, in accordance with regulations, and guidelines from the sponsor supplying the free kits. There is a limited supply, so be sure to register for this event by following the link below. Space at this free seminar is limited, so register early!
About your Host: Matt Berman, MA, LPC, ACS, is Clinical Director for The Counseling Center at Toms River, a provider of Outpatient treatment, individual and group therapy for substance abuse treatment and counseling for mental health, and award-winning Intensive Outpatient Therapy (IOP) for Substance Abuse Treatment. Matt has arranged for this training to educate our community on how a life can be saved during an opioid overdose by properly administering naloxone. Matt will be available during the training to answer questions about addiction disorders, treatment options, and how families and community members can help their loved ones struggling with addiction disorders and mental healkth issues associated with or complicated by substance use.
This training session is sponsored by Urban Treatment Associates.
with a Clinical Assessment
The Counseling Center at Toms River is an outpatient addiction treatment center for adults and adolescents seeking treatment for addiction, alcoholism, and co-occurring disorders associated with addiction and substance use. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) combines evidence-based, state of the art treatment with 12 Step principles. The IOP is an intense, focused experience designed to enable sober and productive living.
IOP may be recommended for individuals who do not require medically supervised detoxification, and who live within driving distance of the center, and for individuals who have recently completed residential treatment (rehab) and are in the early stages of recovery.
Eligibility for the IOP is based on a clinical assessment. Treatment is individualized, and full information on program options, costs, and schedules will be available after assessment. Now offering Saturday assessments!