Awareness about naloxone

by Cheri

We're trying to reach those closest to the front lines of the opiate epidemic and thought your audience might be a good fit.

With the help of several industry experts, we've created the Web's most comprehensive resource for the opiate overdose reversal drug, naloxone. It is our hope to get this guide in front of as many people as possible and help educate the public about this life-saving antidote. We have created original images and videos to go along with the content - please feel free to share any or all of it with your audience to help us spread awareness about naloxone.

You can find the guide here: https://www.practicalrecovery.com/prblog/naloxone-everything-you-need-to-know/

A change in the epidemic starts with us. We hope you will join us in this effort to educate, spread awareness, and ultimately reduce the number of opioid-related deaths in the US.

Thank you in advance for your consideration. We look forward to hearing what your readers think about the guide!

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