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Virtual Healing & Recovery


“An opioid overdose happens when a toxic amount of an opioid  – alone, or mixed with
other drugs, and/or substances – overwhelms the body’s ability to handle it.”

Recognizing an opioid overdose and understanding how to respond to it is an essential life-saving tool. OBH offers virtual training for all first responders and community members so that they have the knowledge to identify when a person who may have overdosed on an opioid.

Our services include: 

  • Providing training on opioids and opioid addiction.
  • Offering training for all first responders and community members who work with the public, so they can identify a drug overdose.
  • Educating all first responders and community members about the treatment options for opioid addiction.

Participating in this training may make the difference if you find yourself in a situation where you need to assess and potentially treat someone that has overdosed. 

Virtual Healing Hunt

Oneida Behavioral Health is hosting an opportunity for our Native American families to participate in a “Virtual Healing Hunt.” Registered Native American family’s will be given a chance to test their knowledge in various mental health issues, and substance abuse resources. 

Each month Oneida Behavioral Health will create 4 questions for families to test their knowledge by answering the questions correctly. The monthly questions will focus on resources and educational topics specific to the information provided in provided in the monthly Virtually Healing Hunt, monthly hunt files.

Families registration with questions are due by the last day of each month. Families may only register and submit their answers once a month per family. The first 100 Native American families that registers and answers our questions correctly will receive a family participation prize.

Check back here for updates soon!



The Naloxone (Narcan) Training PowerPoint link below provides vital information on overdose prevention and survival. It covers the following topics:

  • Harm reduction
  • What is an opioid
  • Recognizing an opioid overdose
  • Responding to an opioid overdose
  • Laws and procedures related to naloxone
  • Tips for preventing opioid overdose
  • Resources for family and friends 

Native Naloxone Training PowerPoint

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