​PPP trains individuals how to use naloxone, a medication that reverses an opioid overdose

PPP provides trainings to participants, providers and community members on how to use Naloxone (Narcan), a medication that reverses an opioid overdose. 

If you are an organization and want to schedule an Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training for your employees and/or clients, please submit an Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training Request Form for Agencies.

If you are an individual and want to attend an on-site Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training, please submit an Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training Request Form for Individuals.


Upcoming training sessions at Prevention Point 

*2nd Friday of every month               3PM-5PM

*3rd Wednesday of every month    9:30AM-11:30AM

  Last Monday of every month @ Kensington Store Front 2274 Kensington Avenue      6PM-8PM

 

*These Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training sessions will be held at Prevention Point Philadelphia - 2913 Kensington Avenue, Philadelphia, PA  19134.  (Please enter the building on Monmouth Street and announce at the front desk that you are here for the scheduled Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training.)

Due to the high volume of request for off-site trainings, we are only scheduling off-site trainings for groups of 21 or more participants.  There are no Monday or Tuesday off-site trainings available and evening/weekends are limited.  Prevention Point also has space available for large groups, in the event you have limited space in your agency/company.  To schedule an off-site training, please complete the above Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training Request Form for Agencies. 

The City of Philadelphia's DBHIDS also provides Narcan Training.  To register for training, please visit their website at dbhids.org.  Trainings are held at:  Community Behavioral Health, 801 Market Street, 7th Floor Large Conference Room, Philadelphia, PA  19107.
 

Online training form (password protected)