A free, online, self-paced training for those working on the front lines of the opioid crisis. Trainees will gain
knowledge in treatment, recovery, harm reduction, and conducting outreach programs in their communities. In its entirety, this course will take about nine hours to complete.
WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
2.1 million Americans have Rx related opioid use disorder.
Misuse starts at home, nearly 80% of heroin users report misusing a prescription opioid prior to trying heroin.
WHO CAN TAKE THIS COURSE?
Anyone who is working in their community to improve health. For example, Community Health Worker, peer navigator, nurse, etc. You may be a librarian, bus driver or a neighbor who wants to help those with whom you come in contact. Create a new account and start and stop whenever you need.
Already Registered? Refer to the email you received upon registration for the link to the course at the Patient navigator training site.