COMMUNITY CARE SERIES AT MIKE KELLEY’S MOBILE HOMESTEAD: Narcan TRAINING

Thursday, February 16, 6PM

Mobile Homestead

Admission: $10 suggested donation. Free for MOCAD members.


As a medication designed to help reverse the effects of opioid overdose, properly administering Narcan can potentially be lifesaving. All participants of this crucial training will learn proper usage instructions and leave with Narcan and additional resources. This training is proudly presented in partnership with the Detroit Recovery Project.

The Community Care series of lectures will provide pragmatic and informed solutions to pertinent issues that are part of the contemporary cultural experience. Developed in partnership with trained professionals and community organizers, these courses are geared towards the lay person, empowering all community members.

Learn more about the other events in the Community Care Series:
STOP THE BLEED®, Thursday, March 16, 6PM


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