Opioid Webinar Replays
Register to learn about opioid trends, harm reduction techniques, and recovery first aid.
Webinars will be recorded, so register even if you can’t attend the live event, and we’ll follow up with a link to the recording so you can watch it in your own time.
Addressing an Emerging Threat: Understanding the Basics of Xylazine
Originally recoreded August 3, 2023
- Discover what Xylazine is and learn about the increasingly dangerous street drugs mixed with it to increase its value and effects.
- Gain a deeper understanding of the health risks of using Xylazine and how to treat a suspected overdose.
Harm Reduction and Best Practices for Reducing Opioid Dependency
originally recorded august 10, 2023
- Learn about opioid-specific harm reduction techniques like naloxone, methadone, fentanyl test strips, and safe, clean syringes that help prevent overdose deaths.
Recovery First Aid for Opioid Use Disorder
Originally recorded August 17, 2023
- Learn about the disease of addiction and how to talk to someone struggling with opioid use disorder (OUD)
- Find out how the family is impacted by substance misuse and how to support someone who may have a loved one struggling with OUD
To Watch the Webinars & Access the Youturn Health Learning Platform:
- Register for the Youturn Health site:
- Go to https://now.youturnhealth.com/register
- Registration codes:
- If you’re struggling with substance use, use registration code: SCDHEC
- If you have a family member struggling with substance use, use registration code: SCDHECFamily
- Once you’re registered, go to Video Library > Critical Conversations in the top menu. The webinar replays are at the top of the page, and you also have access to all 450+ videos in the library.
Why Register for Youturn Health?
Youturn Health’s video library contains over 450 videos on substance use and behavioral health, and through our partnership with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), you can have free, unlimited access. Youturn Health is also 100% confidential and HIPAA compliant.