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In This Together: Helpful Addiction Resources

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A partnership through The IU Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenge and the Indianapolis Coalition for Patient Safety, the “In This Together” project, serves as a community resource for those wanting to learn more about the topic of substance use disorder and ways you can make a difference in the lives of Hoosiers.

The video below is one of the four videos on topics of addiction, treatment and recovery, prevention and harm reduction, and fostering hope in our communities. This Prevention and Harm Reduction video features Justin Phillips, the Executive Director and Founder of Overdose Lifeline, talking about Naloxone (brand name Narcan®) and its ability to save lives and provide people with a chance for recovery.

The IU In This Together page features all of the videos and offers to download a takeaway sheet or fill out a quick survey to support the project and their mission in providing useful resources to our community.

Take the Online Course - Earn CE Credit

Overdose Lifeline has worked with subject matter experts to develop adult training courses and programs addressing the opioid health crisis and addiction / substance use disorder. Available for individual learning and continuing education or as trainer programs that allow an individual to be trained to deliver within their local community(ies). CE credits availble for healthcare and laypersons through Purdue University.

“I never really understood the science behind addiction, but now I feel that I have more understanding and compassion for those who struggle with the disease of addiction.”

For  more information about the Overdose Lifeline online courses and trainer programs, visit our online learning website

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