Treatment Strategies for People who Use Fentanyl

Resource Type: Webinar
Year: 2022
Organization/Source: National Overdose Prevention Network
Tags: Fentanyl, Harm Reduction, MAT/MOUD, Polysubstance Use, Provider Education

In 2020, more than 70% of overdose deaths in North Carolina likely involved illicitly manufactured fentanyl, often in combination with other substances, and fentanyl was involved in 79% of all opioid-involved overdose deaths in South Carolina.

This webinar focuses on treatment options for people who use fentanyl.

Time to watch: About 1 hour

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