Community Naloxone Training

The Midland County Treatment & Recovery Coalition is hosting four naloxone training sessions for community members this year to reduce opioid overdose deaths and encourage people to enter treatment.

In this free session*, participants will learn to:

  • Recognize signs of an opioid overdose

  •  Understand how to administer naloxone

  •  Describe actions that are essential in responding to an opioid overdose

  •  Know where to seek help for a substance use disorder in Midland County

  •  Understand how families unintentionally enable substance use

These sessions are part of a communitywide effort to reduce opioid misuse and abuse in Midland County and enable our community members to reach their full potential.

* Pizza and drop-in babysitting provided. Please reserve seats for you and your children.

Dump Your Drugs

The Community Alliance 4 Youth Success, in partnership with local law enforcement, hosts several Dump Your Drugs events throughout the year. These events are a hassle-free way for community members to drop off their unused/expired prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs. In addition, there are permanent drop boxes located at the Midland County Law Enforcement Center, the Michigan State Police post (Freeland) and Coleman Family Pharmacy. Let’s work together to keep our community safe!

Dump Your Drugs

The Community Alliance 4 Youth Success, in partnership with local law enforcement, hosts several Dump Your Drugs events throughout the year. These events are a hassle-free way for community members to drop off their unused/expired prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs. In addition, there are permanent drop boxes located at the Midland County Law Enforcement Center, the Michigan State Police post (Freeland) and Coleman Family Pharmacy. Let’s work together to keep our community safe!