Petaluma Business Leaders Work to Prevent Opioid Deaths – June 11, 2019

It can take less than a minute to save someone’s life during an opioid overdose. One Petaluma organization is working to make sure more people know how to intervene

On average, there are around 44 deaths related to drug overdose in Sonoma County per year. That’s according to the County Department of Health Services. Some Petaluma business leaders are working to slash those numbers. KRCB’s Adia White has the story.

You can find photos of the class and learn more about opioid overdoses in the county on our website,