CleanSlate Centers and the Paradise Valley Police Department and will offer a free class on Wednesday, 9/27, in order to teach people how to administer Naloxone, also known as Narcan, a drug that counteracts opioids to stop overdoses. Arizona declared the opioid epidemic a public health emergency in June of this year, after Health Department officials released a report stating at least two Arizona residents died from an overdose every day in 2016. Programs ? and partnerships ? like CleanSlate and the Paradise Valley PD?s are key to arming all community members with the skills and understanding they need to address the opioid epidemic in their own neighborhoods.

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CleanSlate Centers

Our mission is simple: Improve the quality of life for people suffering from opioid and alcohol addictions. Our mission is simple: Improve the quality of life for people suffering from opioid and alcohol addictions. To date, CleanSlate has treated more than 60,000 patients in over 80 centers across the country, working closely with our partners to save and change lives.