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Do you know someone taking prescribed painkillers?  Or someone who abuses prescription meds, heroin or other opioids?  Are you concerned and want to be prepared to save their life if they were to overdose?  Operation Save A Life can help. 

Healthy Communities Partnership is offering a variety of upcoming training dates for Operation Save a Life. There’s still time to register for a session Friday in Chambersburg or choose an upcoming February date.

Classes next month include sessions Feb. 6 at Grand point Church in Chambersburg or Feb. 11 at the Coyle Free Library. 

Thursday’s nighttime class runs from 6-7:30 p.m., while Tuesday‘s session is scheduled for 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. for daytime participants.

The training teaches participants to recognize opioids, how to prevent and respond to an opioid overdose and use Naloxone, a medication that reverses an opioid overdose. Training is free and has saved lives in our area, organizers say.

Please contact Healthy Communities Partnership at 717-264-1470 or [email protected] for more information. 

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The Chamber Staff is always available to talk with you about how your business could greatly benefit from membership.

​Online registrations close 48 hours before each training – walk-ins permitted – call to confirm space is available. The class is free to Franklin County residents.

Please arrive early as training will begin promptly at start times and will last approximately 1.5 hours.

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