The M&M Area Community Foundation (MMACF), with the support and encouragement of the Marinette County Tavern League, is extending an invitation to community members across Marinette and Menominee Counties to join with them in the Safeguarding Our Communities program training taking place from 8:30 – 9:30am on Sunday, August 15th. It provides an overview of opioids, suggests actions to address problems, demonstrates how to administer Narcan and highlights the Syringe Service Programs run by local Public Health departments. Those attending this training will be eligible to receive a free $40 Personal Medication Lock Box, Opioid Emergency Kit and Safe Sharps Disposal Containers from the Community Foundation. The in-person training will take place at Fully Charged Pub and Bar, 2112 Hall Avenue, Marinette. Or people may participate remotely/virtually via the Community Foundation’s GoToMeeting account. Those who are interested in attending, either in-person or virtually, must register with the Community Foundation. Participation is cost-free.
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