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Narcan Training in Bridgehampton

Thu, 02/08/2024 - 09:18
A dose of Narcan, also known as naloxone.
Christine Sampson

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Jason Byron, an emergency medical services officer with the Suffolk County Police Department, will lead a "spotlight on fentanyl" and Narcan training session at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton Monday night at 7.

"This timely and important training will alert participants on how to recognize an opioid overdose, how to administer intranasal Narcan, and what additional steps to take until E.M.S. arrives," according to the library.

The session is open to all ages, with free Narcan kits for those 18 and older. Registration is at myhamptonlibrary.org.

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