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Anthropology students participate in overdose response training

Organizers and coach pose in a classroom setting

Voices of Hope Lexington visited EKU's campus to share an Overdose Response Training with EKU students. Voices of Hope is founded by people who have experienced substance use disorder firsthand and works to help people find and stay in recovery. Recovery Coach Amanda Sullivan shared how to identify an overdose situation and how to appropriately respond and administer Narcan. Students received Narcan as part of the training. 

Anthropology majors Laura Case, Ella Cobb, and Eli McAuley organized the event for students. The trio is dedicated to bringing recovery awareness and response to EKU's campus.

To learn more about Voices of Hope and harm reduction strategies, you can visit their website.

Published on April 16, 2024

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