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There’s a growing problem of overdose deaths across the US and Winnebago County has seen a very similar trend. Drugs are being laced with the dangerous and often lethal fentanyl; drugs like marijuana, Percocet, Adderall, Xanax and many others. These drugs may seem normal but the fake versions of these drugs are often filled with Fentanyl.

In 2022, UW Oshkosh installed Naloxone rescue boxes. These boxes, much like AEDs and Stop the Bleed kits, contain Narcan and other resources that can be used, if needed, to save a life. We believe being prepared and training our University community to use these tools are the best ways to save lives.

Check out the poster to the left on this page for more information about the danger of Fentanyl.

Episode 5: Substances Don’t Discriminate Podcast 

Winnebago County Resources

Solutions Recovery | 24/7 Recovery Hotline – 1-866-465-0010

Unity | Fox Valley Prism Team | 24/7 PRISM Line – 1-920-345-7747

Winnebago County Health Department


Nova Counseling


Love Logan Foundation

UWO Police Department Training & Information Resources (Powerpoints, posters, etc.)

Here’s what UWO Police Department is doing –

Reality of Addiction Training – April 7, 2022
This training covered local data, information on overdoses in Winnebago County, stories from Erin Rachwal & Michelle Kullmann (who lost their son’s to overdoes while they attended UW Milwaukee), addiction information, information about the intersection between mental health and addiction, and very important information about opioids, signs of overdose, and how to use Narcan.

Zoom Training Recording from April 7, 2022

Substances Don’t Discriminate – September 14, 2022

*this training was not recorded in an effort to allow participants to interact and discuss their needs without fear of where that conversation or question would go.

UWOPD on the mic podcast

UWO Police Department is rolling out a podcast that will give community members access to content that will increase awareness and safety across our three campuses. Over the next 30-45 days community members will be able to listen to introduction podcasts for those...

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Substances Don’t Discriminate Presentation – Feb 7, 2023

University community,  The danger of accidental overdose, particularly from "imposter" drugs, is very real.  We believe that being prepared to address these emergencies is one of the best ways to keep our communities safe. That's why we took advantage of an...

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Staying Safe at UWO

UWO Police Department teamed up with UW Oshkosh's University Marketing and Communications Team to build this two-page flyer that gets great safety information in your hands. Our Community Service Officers will be dropping these off at student rooms in the residence...

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