In an effort to expand opioid overdose reversal medication throughout the state, the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor’s Zingerman’s Community of Businesses have announced the launch of a restaurant-based pilot program in Michigan to train employees on the use and administration of naloxone.

With support from U-M’s Opioid Research Institute and the Opioid Prescribing Engagement Network (OPEN), Zingerman’s will launch a train-the-trainer model at its Ann Arbor locations in early August. The model, part of OPEN’s statewide naloxone distribution system, allows certified naloxone administrators to train community-based organizations such as law enforcement and emergency departments on best practices for providing the lifesaving drug to those experiencing an opioid overdose. This partnership is the first time OPEN will provide the training to a restaurant.

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