Welcome to our 50 hour Opioid Prevention and Education Course.
While taking these classes please take advantage of our Participant Communications:
Group Meetings: Many group sessions are scheduled for this class via our Webinars. Participants can attend online and interact with his/her instructor and other attendees and share experiences and feelings while developing tools to help participants learn to develop a non abusive response to behavior
Forums: Our Discussion Forums are open to participants 24/7. Participants go there to discuss courses, lessons, class content or anything they want.
Event Planner: If you have an event you would like to inform your fellow classmates about. Please use our event planner!
Chat: Chat with your instructors and counselors if you have any concerns.
The main focus of opioid prevention and education is teaching individuals about drug abuse and how to avoid, stop, or get help for substance use disorders.
After you complete all classes you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
For your final assignment, you are required to write a paper on how this Opioid prevention and education Course helped, impacted or changed your life.
To receive your certificate: Email your Final Assignment – The Name of your Class (example: 50 hour Opioid Prevention and Education Program) to: firstname.lastname@example.org along with YOUR NAME as you would like for it to appear on your certificate and the email address you would like your certificate sent to.
Opioids include the illegal drug heroin, synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone (OxyContin®), hydrocodone (Vicodin®), codeine, morphine, and many others.
The initial decision to take drugs is voluntary for most people, but can lead to brain changes that challenge an addicted person’s self-control and interfere with their ability to resist intense urges to take drugs.
The term opiates refers to natural or slightly modified components of opium such as codeine, morphine and heroin. The term opioids was originally used for synthetic opiates such as Oxycontin and Fentanyl. But now is used for the entire class of drugs. Narcotics is an older name originally referring to any mind-altering compound with sleep-inducing properties
When a parent becomes addicted to opioids or dies of an overdose, his or her children also bear the burden.
Tips to start getting off of opioids
After you go through detox and rehab and prepare to reenter the world, it can be difficult to know what’s next.
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