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Updated SAMHSA Behavioral Health Publications: Tips for Teens

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Tips for Teens fact sheets provide information about the effects of short- and long-term use of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and inhalants. These brochures provide facts and answer frequently asked questions about each of the substances covered. Fact sheets include:


Opioids 101 - The Opioid/Heroin Connection - Shoreline library 4/27/17 - 7pm

Opioids 101 - The Opioid/Heroin Connection
Learn the risks and benefits of prescription opioids for pain management and how to reduce those risks for yourself, your loved ones and the community.

Shoreline Library, Thursday, April 27, 7pm-8:30pm (345 NE 175th Street, Shoreline, WA 98155)


Drug-Impaired Driving: A Guide to What States Can Do

Author: Governors' HIghway Safety Association
Year of Publishing: 2015
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Heroin/Opioid Overdose Summit

We are excited to announce a fantastic day long event to prepare local communities to respond to opiate overdoses!

This free day training will be held at the UW on February 10, 2015.


Naloxone kits for overdoses now available in Snohomish County

Naloxone kits for treating opioid overdoses are now available at a number of pharmacies in Snohomish County.

These kits are available just by asking the pharmacists, there is no need to see a doctor to obtain a prescription.The cost of the kits is around $125.

Pharmacists will provide education to those being given a Naloxone kit on how to use it and when to use it.

In 2013 there were 86 opioid drug overdoses in Snohomish County, and 580 within Washington State.


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