Narcan Training Events and PODS
At special events held throughout the state, Narcan is distributed. On-the-spot Narcan training, overdose rescue information, and other resources are also available.
Attend a monthly distribution or access training event.
Special Narcan distribution events are held at the following locations every month.
This classroom-style training offers an informative presentation to a small group in 30 to 45 minutes, with plenty of time for questions and practice. Participants should plan for the full one-hour time. Participants will learn how to recognize and appropriately respond to an opioid overdose. This is a free classroom-style training event and is the most informative style of training for any member of the public.
POD (Point of Distribution) Training
POD training only requires a few minutes per person. The POD is open for one hour, but participants should plan for only a 15-minute window to complete the training during this hour. You do not need to attend for the full hour.
At the completion of both training, each participant is eligible to receive an Opioid Rescue Kit.
Find a location and day of the week that works for you and click the Register button to sign up:
Chapel on DHSS Herman Holloway Campus1901 N. DuPont Highway, New Castle, DE 19720
Bear Public Library101 Governors Place, Bear, DE 19701
Claymont Public Library400 Lenape Way, Claymont, DE 19703
Route 9 Library & Innovation Center3022 New Castle Ave., New Castle, DE 19720
Dover Public Library35 Loockerman Plaza, Dover, DE 19901
James W. William State Service Center805 River Rd. #203, Dover, DE 19901
Modern Maturity Center1121 Forrest Ave., Dover, DE 19904
Georgetown Public Library123 W. Pine St., Georgetown, DE 19947
Shipley State Service Center350 Virginia Ave., Seaford, DE 19973
Lewes Public Library111 Adams Ave., Lewes, DE 19958
Ocean View Police Department201 Central Ave., Ocean View, DE 19970
Thurman Adams State Service Center546 South Bedford St., Georgetown, DE 19947
Narcan Training for Law Enforcement
The First Responder Narcan Leave-Behind Program is an offering from the Delaware Division of Public Health. This program enables first responders to equip overdose victims, their friends, and their families with Narcan and train them how to use it to save a life. Narcan kits will be offered at no cost by these trained first responders, as part of their response to a nonfatal overdose.