Do you know how to help someone you suspect has overdosed on opioids? This interactive training will provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need to respond to a known or suspected opioid overdose emergency. By attending this training, you will:
Learn how to prevent, recognize, and respond to an opioid overdose, including the administration of two forms of naloxone.
Gain an understanding of Idaho’s Good Samaritan Law.
Learn where to access naloxone, other overdose prevention tools, and recovery support services.
Receive a certificate of attendance.
Who should attend?
This free training is designed for all community members, including bystanders, first responders and support services professionals.
Training content and format are tailored to meet the needs of participants.
How do I request training?
Complete and submit the form below to request training.
Central District Health Conducting a Tuberculosis Investigation
Central District Health (CDH) is investigating a probable case of tuberculosis (TB) in a resident of the Boise State University campus. The individual has not lived in Boise or attended Boise State since Dec. 15, 2023.
Mpox returns to Idaho: Health authorities stress importance of vaccination
IDHW and CDH announced the first two reported people diagnosed with mpox in Idaho since last year. Investigation is ongoing, but both persons reported traveling outside the state, which may be related to these diagnoses. Both people diagnosed with mpox are Ada County residents.