Online Training Modules for each of the New England States with free Narcan OTC by mail


University of
Vermont Cooperative

Visit our vermont naloxone training website

New Hampshire

University of
New Hampshire Cooperative Extension

Visit our New Hampshire naloxone training website


University of Maine
Cooperative Extension and Husson School of Pharmacy

Visit our Maine Naloxone training website


Western New England University
College of Pharmacy

Visit our Connecticut naloxone training website


Western New England University
College of Pharmacy

Visit our Massachusetts naloxone training website

Rhode Island

University of
Rhode Island
College of Pharmacy

Visit our Rhode island naloxone training website

Help keep your community safe!

Scroll down to access our six free continuing education modules for healthcare professionals on substance use disorders (SUD) or request bulk naloxone for distribution to your community.

Click the button below to request a free live overdose response training seminar for your group or organization. Seminars can be provided via Zoom and are geared towards the general public or can be accredited for 1 hour of live CEU for healthcare professionals (live CEU available for pharmacists, nurses, social workers, or licensed mental health counselors).

Request a Live Seminar

Seminar covers overdose response, trends in the unregulated drug supply, and harm reduction efforts.

Continuing Education

Free continuing education 0.5 hr CEU each, online modules available for nurses, pharmacists, social workers, and licensed mental health counselors.

Click on the buttons below to start your course and claim your CE credit!

Motivational Interviewing in SUD telehealth and sud in rural communities LegaL and Ethical consideration in acute, chronic, and palliative pain management MEDICATIONS FOR OPIOID USE DISORDER (MOUD) EXPANDING ACCESS TO NALOXONE IN RURAL NEW ENGLAND Creating a new future of pain management

Community Organizations

Request Narcan in bulk for distribution in your rural New England Community – eligible organizations include harm reduction organizations, SUD outreach centers, community centers, faith-based organizations, and more

Request Narcan for distribution

The University of Rhode Island is collaborating with five partner institutions under a grant (T1H79TI085612-01) from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to provide opioid use disorder education and overdose response resources throughout rural New England.