Those high school administrators interested in completing training for opioid antagonist administration will have another opportunity in September.
The South Dakota Department of Health will host a FREE webinar covering the Naloxone in High Schools Project, which is the opioid antagonist administration project initiated by the passage of Senate Bill 84 during this year’s legislative session, on Tuesday, September 17 at 10:30 a.m. (Central). The training is expected to last one hour.
Those interested in attending the September webinar should CLICK HERE on September 17 prior to the start of the webinar. A recording will be made available for those unable to attend the webinar training.
The South Dakota Department of Health (DOH) in collaboration with ASBSD and SASD have developed a process for school officials to obtain training and secure possession of Naloxone for South Dakota High School use. The process for High Schools to receive opioid training and obtain Naloxone includes:
In addition, the following documents can be downloaded to assist districts with the implantation of the Naloxone Project in their high schools:
Questions about the program, documents, requirements and webinar can be directed to ASBSD Executive Director Wade Pogany at firstname.lastname@example.org or SASD Executive Director Rob Monson at email@example.com.