WESTPORT — Two programs designed to both prevent and provide information about drug overdoses are offered free to the public by the Westport Prevention Coalition during April.

The first program, a discussion of the nation’s opioid overdose crisis, as well as how to use Narcan to counteract an overdose, will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, at Toquet Hall, 58 Post Road East.

The program, including Narcan training, will be led by Margaret Watt, the coalition co-chair and prevention director at Positive Directions. Thirty Narcan kits will will available to participants over 18 years old.

To register, click here.

The second program, available through June 30, is a streaming presentation of the film, “If They Had Known.” It was made by friends and family of Clay Soper, a college student who died after mixing alcohol and Xanax.

The film underscores dangers of combining alcohol with commonly prescribed drugs, such as antidepressants or ADHD medications, according to the program announcement.

To get the link to watch the film at no charge, click here.