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LION UP recovery program to host free Narcan training

The University Police Department officers are trained to administer Nalaxone, the nasal spray administration of the emergency opioid overdose treatment drug naloxone.
October 15, 2020

Every semester, the LION UP Recovery program hosts at least one Naloxone training for the Hammond community and students on campus. The University Counseling Center’s LION UP Recovery program is partnering...

UPD gets Narcan to keep campus safe

To create a safe campus environment, the University Police Department started training to use Narcan, the nasal spray administration of the emergency opioid overdose treatment drug naloxone. Currently, the UPD has not yet had cases of opioid overdose with students.
January 23, 2019

The University Police Department will introduce the emergency opioid overdose treatment drug naloxone for student safety. Narcan is the first and only FDA-approved nasal form of naloxone and is used for...

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