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Naloxone Training and Sound Healing

Naloxone Training and Sound Healing

TriCircle, Inc. will present a life-saving Naloxone training, followed by a sound healing workshop, June 6 from 6:30 to 8:30pm at The Red Barn in Durham. Learn how to recognize and prevent an overdose from trainer and TriCircle, Inc. board member, Christine Gagnon. Naloxone is a medication that can rapidly reverse the effects of an overdose from prescription pain medications, heroin and other opioids.

The training will be followed by a sound healing workshop with Sound Healer Kelvin Young. Take time out to relieve stress, find inner peace and balance through the transformative powers of sound. Young utilizes the crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, gong, tuning forks, rattles, hand drum and other healing tools to activate the parasympathetic nervous system to calm your mind, relax your body and nourish your soul. The meditative sounds assist in healing chronic/toxic stress, muscle tension, addictive behaviors, PTSD, depression, anxiety, sleep disorders and other stress-related health conditions.

TriCircle provides resources for people and families affected by substance use disorders. Through education, research and community engagement, they are dedicated to providing the tools that build strong futures.

Attendees will receive the Naloxone training and an Evzio auto injector kit to take home at no cost. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Space is limited to 25 people.

Register by emailing [email protected]. Location: The Red Barn, 352 Main St, Durham.


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