TOOLS FOR YOU
This page contains tools
and resources designed to
inform and educate Tribal
communities about opioid use
disorder prevention and treatment,
tailored to many audiences.
This campaign is funded by
the Washington State Health Care Authority.
We developed a number of resources to help educators, health providers, and other partners use this campaign in their own Tribal communities. Topics and audiences include opioid use disorder awareness and education, treatment options, medication-assisted treatment, recovery resources, safe storage and disposal of your medications, information for pregnant and parenting women, and more. You can access all of these materials individually by following the links below.
If you would like to place an order of any of these materials, please contact Melissa Thoemke.
Rack cards with key information tailored for each target audience.
A series of posters tailored for each target audience.
For use in your local community.
A series of print ads tailored for each target audience.
Localizable versions included.
Three brochures with key information about opioid addiction, opioid overdose and medication assisted treatment.
Downloadable versions of TV and Radio spots for use in broadcast or social media.
A series of transit ads tailored for each target audience.
8.5 X 11 inch printable flyers.
Resources to help you plan and present at local events.
Overcoming the Stigma of Medication Assisted Treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment at Muckleshoot Indian Reservation Behavioral Health:
An information-rich resource with national data on substance abuse and mental health.
A guide to preventing overdoses, with information geared to opioid users, their families, and their doctors.
The CDC offers national resources for preventing opioid overdose deaths.
NPAIHB is engaged in many areas of Indian health, including legislation, health promotion and disease prevention, as well as data surveillance and research.