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ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN

The One Tribal opioid campaign is designed to inform and educate Tribal communities about the dangers of prescription drug misuse and the importance of safe storage, use and disposal. 

This campaign is funded by Washington State Health Care Authority.

PARTNER TOOLKIT

We developed a number of resources to help educators, health providers, and other partners use this campaign in their own Tribal communities. You can access all of these materials individually on the files below.

If you would like to place an order of any of these materials, please contact Mallory Peak.

  • RACK CARDS

    Rack cards with key information tailored for each target audience.

  • POSTERS

    A series of posters tailored for each target audience.

    For use in your local community.

    Printing options and capabilities – If you have any questions about resizing, adding a logo or would like information about strategies in sharing this information in your community, please contact Mallory Peak.

  • BUS ADS

    A series of bus ads tailored for prevention and treatment messaging.

    If you have any questions or would like to order Bus Ads, please contact Mallory Peak.

  • VIDEOS

    Downloadable versions of the TV and Radio spots for use in broadcasts and social media.

TV SPOTS

Can we Talk?

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Our Children

Downloadable versions of these spots for broadcast and social media use can be found in the PARTNER TOOLKIT

RADIO SPOTS

Can we Talk?

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OUR CHILDREN

Downloadable audio files of these spots for broadcast use can be found in the PARTNER TOOLKIT

  • DSHS - START TALKING NOW

    Practical advice for parents on how to maintain a healthy, open conversation with their children about drugs and alcohol.

  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE

    This overview of the opioid crisis focuses on two main 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.