Practical Nurse Students Learn About Opioid Abuse in the Brockton Area

Practical Nurse Students Learn About Opioid Abuse in the Brockton Area

Practical Nurse Students Learn About Opioid Abuse in the Brockton Area

On June 1st, Hillary Dubois, MS, Director of Prevention Services, High Point Treatment Center, presented to the adult Practical Nurse students at Southeastern Technical Institute in South Easton. Ms. Dubois’ presentation discussed the types of drugs and popular uses in the area, resources available, and treatment. She also explained Naloxone (Narcan) and it’s ability to reverse an opioid overdose until further medical attention is available. The students participated in a question and answer session, and benefited greatly from Ms. Dubois information.

The objective of the Brockton Area Opioid Abuse Prevention Collaborative is to provide primary, secondary and tertiary prevention resources including education, awareness and support to the communities that we serve. High Point Treatment Center’s Prevention Services staff provides technical assistance to volunteers across twelve sectors in addition to promoting advocacy and working effortlessly to reduce the stigma associated with substance use disorders.

For more information, please visit www.opioidoverdoseprevention.org or contact High Point Treatment Center at (800) 734-3444. Family support is available at www.Learn2Cope.org. You can also follow Brockton Area Opioid Abuse Prevention Collaboration on Facebook.