Opioid overdose reversal training offered in Tennessee Valley
The Hamilton County Coalition in conjunction with the TN Save A Life Program is targeting rural communities with a new wave of free, monthly opioid overdose reversal training.
The monthly training sessions are spread across six different counties in-and-around the Chattanooga-area.
The eight locations for the training cover Hamilton, Marion, Rhea, Sequatchie, Grundy, and McMinn Counties.
- Sperohealth, 7030 Lee. Hwy, Chattanooga (began Dec. 2) Continues the 1st Monday of every month
- Sequatchie Fire Department, 184 Handle St., Sequatchie. Starts Dec. 10 at 6 pm; continues 2nd Tuesday of every month
- Spring City Hall, 229 Front St., Spring City. Starts Dec. 12 at 6 pm; continues 2nd Thursday of every month
- City Church of Dayton, 375 Main St., Dayton. Starts Dec. 16 at 6 pm; continues 3rd Monday of every month
- Hamilton County Coalition, 5721 Marlin Rd. building 6100, Chattanooga. Starts Dec. 17 at 6 pm; continues 3rd Tuesday of every month
- McMinn County Emergency Operations Center, 1107 Congress Pkwy, Athens. Starts Dec. 18 at 6 pm; continues 3rd Wednesday of every month
- Grace at Harbolt Education Center, 67 Old Hwy. 56, Coalmont. Starts Dec. 18 at noon; continues 3rd Wednesday of every month
- Sethra, 312 Resource Rd., Dunlap. Starts Dec. 18 at 6 pm; continues 3rd Wednesday of every month.
Anyone interested in attending training is encouraged to register online at hccoalition.org. For more information, call the Hamilton County Coalition at 423-305-1449.