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- October 7, 2022 at 9:14 am #37384LarryParticipant
Do any Districts have proactive program for students and or parents to provide them with warnings regarding the abuse and effects of Fentanyl? Thanks, Larry Fontana USDOctober 9, 2022 at 8:58 am #37539JammeeParticipant
Larry, see below public seminar that our District is putting on this month.
FENTANYL AWARENESS SEMINAR (WED, OCTOBER 26, 6-7:30 PM, in Hill Auditorium): What Parents, Students, and Staff Need to Know About the Dangers of Fentanyl
Parents, students, and staff are invited to attend a seminar on Fentanyl Awareness. This seminar will feature expert presenters with firsthand knowledge and experience regarding the dangers of fentanyl and will also detail the Chaffey District’s multi-faceted strategy to help protect students and school sites from fentanyl and other illicit contraband.
• DAVID SALYER – Former DEA Task Force Officer, current Sergeant with the SBCO Sheriff’s Dept., and founder of the SBCSD Overdose Response Team
• DAVID LOOMIS – EMS Fire Captain for the City of Ontario. Captain Loomis was instrumental in changing the Fentanyl response protocol for SBCO, which led to countless lives being saved and ultimately a reduction of fatal overdoses.
• V.O.I.D. – (VICTIMS OF ILLICIT DRUGS). The V.O.I.D. non-profit organization was formed to raise public awareness of the immediate danger associated with the use of fentanyl and other illicit drugs.
• TONYA ANDERSON and Canine REBA – InterQuest Canine Detection Services canine handler and account manager, & active detection canine, REBA.
• GERMAN MARQUEZ, SB County Probation Officer, Focus West.
• PRINCIPAL TODD HAAG – Chaffey Substance Abuse Intervention (CSI) Program.
FENTANYL ALERT – CA DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH (see attached)
The CA Dept. of Public Health recently shared an alert regarding Fentanyl, an extremely potent and often lethal synthetic opioid.
CA YOUTH AGES 10-19
• Non-fatal opioid overdoses more than tripled from 2018 to 2020
• Opioid-related overdose deaths increased 407% from 2018 to 2020
• Fentanyl-related overdose deaths increased 625% from 2018 to 2020October 10, 2022 at 9:12 am #37694ColetteParticipant
Jammee, was this a presentation you put together and contacted each of thee people separately or was there once contact person who organized all the speakers?October 10, 2022 at 9:25 am #37791JammeeParticipant
This was organized by Rob McCoy our Director of Safety and Campus OfficersOctober 17, 2022 at 12:08 pm #38044ErinParticipant
This presentation was just shared by CDE and the California Department of Public Health. Great information about Narcan resources and trainings.
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