Thundermist training 520 staffers to administer naloxone

THUNDERMIST HEALTH CENTER will train all employees on how to save the life of someone experiencing an opioid overdose by administering naloxone. The center’s Woonsocket office at 450 Clinton St. is pictured above. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HEALTH AND EDUCATIONAL BUILDING CORP.
THUNDERMIST HEALTH CENTER will train all employees on how to save the life of someone experiencing an opioid overdose by administering naloxone. The center’s Woonsocket office at 450 Clinton St. is pictured above. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HEALTH AND EDUCATIONAL BUILDING CORP.
WARWICK – Access to naloxone is the key to the rescue pillar of the Rhode Island Overdose Prevention and Intervention Task Force’s action plan to mitigate the harm of risky opioid use in the state, and about 520 Thundermist Health Center employees will soon be equipped to administer it during work and within the community,…

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