Learn how to save a life with Narcan

Local woman Nora Wilson got herself certified in how to use naloxone, the drug that can save someone overdosing on opioids. She's hosting small classes that will go over procedures before and after administering the drug, what the effect will be to the person who has received it, and where you can buy it in an emergency or just to carry on you.

Where: Temple University at 1801 N. Broad St.

When: August 24, 2017 at 12:00 p.m.

How much: Free


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