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Education is key for empowerment. We aim to provide patients and providers with resources to support informed decision making. OPEN offers a wide range of evidence-based materials that highlight the latest best practices for healthcare professionals, patients and their families from pain management to safe storage and disposal of medications.

Co-branding with your organization’s logo is also available for various materials, free of charge. Request today!

 

Adult Surgery Pain Management Guide for Patients

Learn how to prepare for surgery and to help manage pain after surgery.

Take Back Event Google Folder

Utilize our Take Back Event resources to run a successful event.

Non-Medication Pain Management

Learn how to help manage or reduce your pain and anxiety through various techniques. 

Pediatrics Non-Medication Pain Management

Learn how to help manage your child’s pain and anxiety after surgery.

Opioids Safe Storage & Disposal

Learn how to safely store and dispose of opioids.

Sharps and Liquids Safe Disposal

Learn how to safely dispose of needles, lancets, and liquid medications.

Permanent Disposal Guide

Learn how to implement a permanent medication disposal box program in your community.

Words Matter Video – Shatterproof

Changing our language improves outcomes for those struggling with addiction. Watch this brief video to learn more.

Addiction Language Guide – Shatterproof

Comprehensive addiction language guide to reduce use of stigmatizing language.

 

Medication Disposal

Learn how to facilitate discussion on safe disposal of unused opioids with your healthcare provider.

Impacting the Opioid Crisis: Prevention, Education, and Practice for Non-Prescribing Providers

This free, 16-hour CE course will empower non-prescribing providers to directly impact the opioid epidemic through increased knowledge and tools to transform practice and policies.

How to Perform Rescue Breathing – Take ACTION Overdose Training

Learning to perform rescue breathing on someone who is experiencing an opioid overdose.

Intranasal Naloxone for Laypeople – Take ACTION Training

Learn to use intranasal naloxone to reverse an opioid overdose.

Naloxone Community Layperson Training – Take ACTION Training

Naloxone training for community laypeople.

Medication Tracking Log

Help keep track of the use of medications your child is taking after surgery.

 

Michigan Opioid Laws

Learn about the current opioid prescribing laws in Michigan.

Medication Take Back Event Guide

Learn how to successfully host a Medication Take Back Event in your community.