This series of videos offers the stories of thirteen people whose lives were negatively impacted by prescription opioid misuse.
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This episode of ncIMPACT on UNC-TV focuses on the impacts of opioids on pregnant women, and how the Cabarrus Health Alliance works to mitigate the effects of prenatal opioid use in their community.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) by KPJR Films: This film contains information about the impact of stress and trauma on the body, as well as how protective factors can build resilience in those affected by Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and help … Read more
This film focuses on the difficulties and hope of recovery and reentering society after experiencing opioid use disorder.
This long-form PSA spotlights Sampson County’s multifaceted approach to fighting the opioid crisis, including limiting drug flow in their community and investing in treatment and recovery programs.
This film focuses on the generational aspect of opioid addiction in Huntington, West Virginia, and efforts that one family made to break the cycle and get into recovery.
This short video provides information about how to reduce stigma around substance misuse, as well as resources about how to seek treatment or otherwise access resources related to intervention and recovery.
This film shares the stories of people struggling with addiction, as well as scientific information about the nature of addictive drugs and addiction as a disease, rather than as a personal or moral issue.
This webinar includes best practices from national experts on constructing public communications campaigns, as well as effective messaging to address stigma, harm reduction, and attracting media attention to an organization’s work.
This document offers a glossary of language around substance use to use in policymaking and public addresses, all of which is person-first and harm-reduction oriented instead of stigmatizing or demeaning.