​PPP trains individuals how to use naloxone, a medication that reverses an opioid overdose

PPP provides trainings to participants, providers and community members on how to use naloxone (Narcan), a life-saving medication that reverses an opioid overdose. 

If you are an organization and want to schedule an Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training for your employees and/or clients, please submit an Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training Request Form for Agencies.

If you are an individual and want to attend an on-site Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training, please submit an Overdose Prevention and Reversal Training Request Form for Individuals

Keep in mind that due to COVID-19, we conduct trainings for larger groups in outdoor settings only. Clayton and Roz are available for both online and in-person trainings. Roz is available for daily Narcan trainings from 11am-noon at our Ruth and Clearfield meals site. 

Roz Pichardo: roz@ppponline.org, 267 760-5609

Clayton Ruley: clayton@ppponline.org, 215 796-4423

The City of Philadelphia's DBHIDS also provides Narcan Training.  To register for training, please visit their website at dbhids.org.  Trainings are held at:  Community Behavioral Health, 801 Market Street, 7th Floor Large Conference Room, Philadelphia, PA  19107.

Online training form (password protected)