In this section:
Toolkits & How-To resources
SAMHSA toolkit with information on overdose prevention, treatment, and recovery for first responders, prescribers, and patients.
Harm Reduction Coalition toolkit on integrating overdose into existing social service programs.
Bureau of Justice Assistance toolkit on law enforcement naloxone programs. Includes data collection forms, standard operating procedures, training guides, community outreach materials, and memoranda of agreement.
Center for Opioid Safety Education:
- Overdose Prevention and Naloxone Training Guide (key talking points)
- Naloxone Quick Facts infosheet
- Training videos (for community health workers or pain patients and families/friends)
- Opioid Overdose brochure (also available in Spanish)
Harm Reduction Coalition:
Flyers, posters, and brochures
- Opioid Overdose Education brochure
- So you’ve overdosed… now what?
Handout with information for people who use heroin about steps to take after an overdose. When printing this pdf, select “actual size.”
- Waiting room poster on naloxone (adapted from San Francisco Dept of PH, #2)
- Waiting room poster on naloxone (adapted from San Francisco Dept of PH, #1)
- Overdose awareness ads (pdf of six ads)
- Naloxone is closer than you think… (postcard)
Medications for Opioid Use Disorder:
- Medications for OUD brochure: (print 8.5″x 14″ and “M” fold)
Washington State Tribal Opioid Solutions
- Opioid overdose response brochure
- Materials for print or download focused on prevention, treatment, and overdose response
Good Samaritan Laws:
- Take as Directed Safe Use of Prescription Medication flyer
- Other educational media: PrescribetoPrevent.org
Formatted to share on social media. Please make sure to hyperlink to stopoverdose.org.
- Be prepared.
- Would you know how to spot an overdose (older man)
- Would you know how to spot an overdose (young woman)
- Overdose is reversible. Death is not.
- Naloxone saves lives (superhero).
- Naloxone is closer than you think.