Ocean County first in New Jersey to arm high school nurses with Narcan

narcan trainingProsecutor Joseph D. Coronato today announced the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, together with Adapt Pharma, Georgian Court University and Ocean County School Officials, will be supplying and training county high school nurses, athletic trainers and student assistance coordinators with lifesaving Narcan (Naloxone).

Each nurse/educator in attendance at an event scheduled for today, will receive one complimentary Narcan kit provided by Adapt Pharma.

“This training will continue our efforts to make Narcan available and accessible in the tragic event of an overdose in our school community,” the Prosecutor’s Office said.



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  1. You can educate all you want. A person chooses to do drugs. So instead of watching them die they have the resources to save them and hopefully lead them to recovery. Even with that they can still choose to go back to using. There is no prevention for choices people make. People choose to do stupid things every day. How about raising them to make the right choices then pray that they do. It starts in the home not the school.

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