Community Addiction and Recovery Education
NARCAN Overdose Reversal Training
Last Saturday of each month from 10:30 am to 11:30 am at the Wolfe Street Center (1015 S. Louisiana St., Little Rock), these training opportunities are open to the public. Everyone who completes training receives two doses of naloxone nasal spray. Click below to register for an upcoming training.
Funding for Wolfe Street Foundation NARCAN Overdose Reversal Training is provided by the Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership, an initiative of the Arkansas Municipal League and the Association of Arkansas Counties.
On-Site NARCAN Overdose Reversal Training
If your school, church, community organization, or business would like for us to come train on-site in a standalone training or in conjunction with other first aid and safety trainings, click below to contact us! We can train groups of 16 to 120 individuals and provide a two-dose carton of NARCAN naloxone nasal spray.
Campus Education and Awareness Resources
Per capita, Arkansas teens are using opioids and other potentially addictive drugs at higher rates than almost any other state. In fact, Arkansas was identified in 2021/2022 as the state with the highest rate of teen opioid use/abuse in the nation. That substance use doesn't stop when they go from a high school campus to a college campus - in fact, it sometimes accelerates and contributes to addiction.
The Wolfe Street Foundation can partner with your campus to bring programming to junior high, high school, and college/university campuses anywhere in the state.