Frequently asked questions

Zero Overdose is dedicated to helping individuals manage their substance use disorders. through the implementation of the Overdose Safety Plan©. This plan serves as a platform for open dialogue about addiction Comprising seven key components, the Overdose Safety Plan© involves creating personalized strategies to reduce the risk of overdose. It includes information on identifying triggers, obtaining support, and connecting with resources for substance use treatment. The goal is to provide individuals at risk, as well as their families, community members, providers, employers, and others, with a tangible resource to save lives.

The Overdose Safety Plan© has been implemented in all Office of Addiction Services and Supports-certified programs in New York State. It is also utilized by a number of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs), primary care facilities, behavioral health centers, substance use treatment programs, and social services agencies across the country.

For more information about upcoming training sessions, please visit our Trainings page or reach out to us via email at info@zerooverdose.org.

Recognizing that individual needs may vary, we offer a diverse range of training and technical assistance services tailored to meet specific requirements. For details on pricing and services, please reach out to us via email at info@zerooverdose.org

Anyone can create an overdose safety plan! Whether you are an individual at risk, a concerned family member, a community member, or a healthcare provider, the resources and guidance are available for everyone.

To begin the conversation about becoming a Zero Overdose partner, please email us at info@zerooverdose.org. We welcome the opportunity to collaborate and extend our support to organizations and communities committed to overdose prevention.

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