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UPMC McKeesport Hosts Free Community Education and Training for Anti-Overdose Medication

WHAT: Free training on how to administer naloxone (Narcan®) to anyone at risk of opioid overdose. For more information, call 412-673-5504.

WHY: Opioid overdose is now the leading cause of death in the state of Pennsylvania. Allegheny county ranks second in the state for overdose deaths.

WHO: Sponsored by:

• Latterman Family Health Center
• McKeesport Hospital Foundation
• Prevention Point Pittsburgh
• Mon Yough Community Services

WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 14

WHERE: UPMC McKeesport, Kelly Conference Center (located on the ground floor of the Kelly Building), 1500 Fifth Ave, McKeesport, Pa., 15132.

Note to Media: To cover this event, pre-arrangements must be made by contacting Stephanie Stanley at 412-586-9762 or

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