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Opioid Overdose Prevention Programs | Naloxone
NYSED Guidance for Schools
Guidance Document On Opioid Prevention (NYSED 3/2019)
NYS Education Department (NYSED), NYS Department of Health (NYSDOH), and Harm Reduction Coalition guidance and training for schools choosing to participate as opioid antagonist recipients as defined by Public Health Law §3309.
Opioid Overdose Prevention (NYSED 7/19/23)
Opioid Overdose Prevention (NYSED 10/1/21)
Encouraging schools to register in the opioid overdose prevention program.
Educational Materials and Resources Addressing Substance Use: Implementation of Education Law § 3038 (3/5/19)
Each school district is required to designate an employee of the school district or BOCES to provide materials and/or resources upon request to any student, parent, or staff regarding where and how to find available substance use-related services.
Sent to school districts detailing the dangers of opioids - including fentanyl, which is often hidden in other drugs - and synthetic cannabinoids, and resources offered by the state to educate students and communities.
NYS Addiction and Substance Use Disorder Educational Resource Flash Drive Toolkit.
Announces the Health Education Standards Modernization Supplemental Guidance Document: An Instructional Resource Packet for Heroin and Opioids developed to assist school districts in meeting requirements of modernizing health education instruction by including heroin and opioid content within the alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs curricula.
Health Education Standards Modernization Supplemental Guidance Document (NYSED, OASAS, NYSDOH 6/2016)
Instructional Resource Packet for Heroin and Opioids to assist school districts in meeting requirements of modernizing health education instruction.
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