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A nasal spray called naloxone can stop an opioid overdose and save someone's life. When naloxone is available to community members, overdose deaths decrease in those communities.

  Is naloxone in your company's first aid kit?  

 HERE'S HOW YOU CAN 

 SAVE LIVES 

100 BUSINESSES IN 100 DAYS

Be Prepared. Get Your FREE Naloxone ToolKit Now

  HOW TO: 

Start with FREE naloxone

(from us)

Commit to training your employees & encouraging other leaders to adopt

Share your new safety policy on social media

         STEP #1       
Get naloxone nasal spray in every company’s first aid kit.
When naloxone and overdose education are available to community members, overdose deaths decrease in those communities.
Step #2
Encourage other leaders to stop & think about how they can expand access to naloxone and other lifesaving medications
70% of drug overdoses involve an opioid. How else can you contribute to public safety and mental health care?

or keep reading for assets you can use:

  The Toolkit  

USE YOUR VOICE TO SAVE LIVES:

  Share the following assets on social media, etc. to educate your community and encourage leaders to join you in making a difference.

  PUBLIC RELATIONS TOOLS  
Company Press Release

Announce your new first aid policy through a press release. We have one started for you.

Project Opioid's Press Release

Link to our press release in any of your communications.

Short Announcement for Email, etc.

Use this flexible copy in your next enewsletter, letter to employees, social media, etc.

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@ProjectOpioid on every social media channel

  Don't Forget to Tag Us:  

Create a Video Announcement

Modify our 1-minute script to your liking and film away.

Tailor these sample communications to fit your brand:

 SHAREABLE IMAGE ASSETS 

Click on a post to view it on LinkedIn and share it from your company or personal profile:

 EDUCATIONAL VIDEO ASSETS 

Share or link to full episodes of our What's The Fix? series of interviews containing important overviews of the opioid and mental health crisis.

 SHAREABLE VIDEO ASSETS 

Project Opioid Headquarters

255 S. Orange Avenue

Suite 104

Orlando, Florida 32801

 

 

 

 

 

Project Opioid, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.