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Preventing Rx Drug Overdoses

The Council On Alcohol And Drugs

​“Preventing Rx Drug Overdoses” has been designed to educate those at risk of overdosing on opioid and other Rx drugs, heroin and fentanyl, and their caretakers and their families. It covers preventing both accidental or intentional overdoses. In this narrated webinar you will find steps that you can take to prevent overdoses and where to go if you, a friend or loved one, or your patient or client is at risk of overdose.
This ​narrated video runs 26 minutes 28 seconds.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Who created the presentation?

​The content was created utilizing a collaborative effort between Dr. Pat O'Neal, MD, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health, Gregg Raduka, Ph.D. LPC, ICPS, Director of Prevention/Intervention with The Council on Alcohol and Drugs and John Bringuel, MA, ICPS, Statewide Project Director of the Georgia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative via The Council on Alcohol and Drugs.

Who is the intended audience?

The content was developed for anyone that is at risk of an overdose and their families.

Where do I go for more information after the presentation?

You may contact John Bringuel, Project Director, Georgia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative at jbringuel@livedrugfree.org or call him at 404-223-2484. You may also visit www.livedrugfree.org for more information.

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