Daniel Sledge works as a community paramedic with the Williamson County Mobile Outreach Team (MOT). Dispatched through the 911 system, MOT responds to mental health crisis calls in the field. Daniel also conducts follow up visits for patients who received EMS treatment for opioid overdose. During the follow up visits he provides naloxone kits, trains patients and their loved ones on its administration, and helps connect them to treatment and resources that reduce harm and promote recovery. Mr. Sledge has worked 10+ years in EMS. His areas of interest include cardiology, pharmacology, substance use disorders, and harm reduction. Daniel earned his paramedic certification from Temple College. Before venturing into the medical field, Daniel was a working musician. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of North Texas.