The M&M Area Community Foundation is extending an invitation to community members across Marinette and Menominee Counties to participate in the Safeguarding Our Communities program training. It will take place from 5:30pm – 6:30pm on Monday, November 15th. It provides an overview of opioids, suggests actions to address problems, demonstrates how to administer Narcan and highlights Syringe Service Programs run by local Public Health Departments. Those attending this training will be eligible to receive a free personal medication lock box valued at $40. Participation includes in-person training at the Crivitz Fire Department, dinner will be available at 5pm. To register for the event please contact the Community Foundation at 906-864-3599. Those interested in joining virtually will receive log-in details.
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