take the next step
We developed a number of resources to help and empower educators, parents, health providers, nonprofits, and other partners to take the next step when it comes to preventing opioid misuse. Learn more about these resources below.
PREVENTION CAMPAIGN TOOLKIT
We developed a number of resources to help educators, health providers, nonprofits and other partners to use this campaign in their own communities. You can access all of these materials here.
SAFE DISPOSAL CAMPAIGN TOOLKIT
We developed a number of resources to help educators, health providers, nonprofits, and other partners to promote safe disposal of prescriptions in their own communities and for local ‘take back’ events. You can access all of these materials here.
Talking to your kids about drugs can be tough, but it may be the most important thing you do.In this toolkit you will find tips on how to have a conversation, opioid facts, and ways to help you break the ice with your young adult child when it comes to discussing opioids.
HCA – Start Talking Now
Practical advice for parents on how to maintain a healthy, open conversation with their children about drugs and alcohol.
UW ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE INSTITUTE - STOP OVERDOSE
A guide to preventing overdoses, with information geared to opioid users, their families, and their doctors.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE
This overview of the opioid crisis focuses on two primary questions: how did opioids become such a problem, and how can we turn things around?
PARTNERSHIP FOR DRUG-FREE KIDS
Written with families in mind, this guide explains the basics of the opioid epidemic and offers next steps for safeguarding your prescription medications.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
An information-rich resource with national data on substance abuse and mental health.
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION (CDC)
The CDC offers national resources for preventing opioid overdose deaths.
For technical assistance with toolkit materials please contact Esther Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org