Naloxone Training and Youth Resources from Northstar Advocates

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Naloxone Training

April 23rd from 1pm-2:30pm PST

NorthStar Advocates will offer a complimentary Naloxone training at the Bridge Coalition monthly meeting, led by the esteemed Nicole Rodin. Nicole Rodin is an assistant professor at the Washington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and is a multifaceted leader in academia, clinical practice, and research. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of New Mexico and an MBA from Washington State University.  As a clinical lead at the WSU Research Clinic, she spearheads innovative clinical trials to treat substance use disorder. Beyond her professional achievements, Nicole is deeply committed to community outreach, delivering naloxone trainings, and advocating for evidence-based medicine.
This session promises to be invaluable, equipping attendees with life-saving skills under Nicole’s expert guidance. 

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NorthStar Advocates is a pioneering nonprofit in the realm of social change. What sets NorthStar apart is its dynamic collective—a fusion of individuals who have navigated the challenges of behavioral health challenges and homelessness firsthand, seasoned professionals, and independent contractors with a proven track record of impactful results, all united by a shared vision.  Rather than merely addressing symptoms, NorthStar Advocates endeavors to redefine the practices and culture surrounding homelessness. Through a strategic blend of advocacy, innovation, and collaboration, the organization not only seeks to dismantle outdated structures but also to fortify and construct new systems that are rooted in the philosophy of NorthStar— Unconditional Care. 

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