The Hood River County Prevention and Health departments are offering a free 30-minute opioid overdose and rescue medication training to members of the community. Along with the short training, all participants will receiving an opioid rescue kit containing gloves, rescue-breathing mask, alcohol wipes, and two doses of Naloxone. Naloxone can quickly restore normal breathing and save the life of a person who is overdosing on opioids. Training is offered in both English and Spanish by department staff. For information, e-mail Daron Ryan at the Hood River County Health Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or Belinda Ballah at email@example.com.