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Targeting men employed in skilled trades and transport, this Vancouver Island-based campaign sought to raise awareness for drug addiction support services, provide education on overdose prevention and treatment, and encourage the breaking of silence…

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Winning awards for innovation and excellence, the Opioids Don'tDiscriminate campaign is an interactive experience held in Strathcona County, where visitors were able to walk and follow the stories of three individuals affected by the opioid crisis,…

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In 2018, Massive Media was approached by Peace Regional Victims Services to digitally promote a series of talks on opioid misuse in northern Alberta. Working with the Alberta provincial government, Alberta Health Services, the RCMP and other local…

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When it launched in 2019, the Label Me Person campaign was meant to be a city-wide "travelling community display"; over the course of a year, its home base relocated to different organizations in Windsor. The pop-up started at Windsor Regional…

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Notable for including the narrative of a person in active use, "End Stigma" is a "four part series of stories and videos about the stigma faced by those impacted by substance use". Interior Health also cut together a 30-second version of each…

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This campaign builds on the "Stop Overdose BC" concept by integrating four related videos on opioids and overdose prevention, demonstrating the impact of the opioid crisis on real people in the Durham Region. The videos focus on the opioid crisis in…

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Unique for its representation of intersecting oppressions and active drug use, Northern Health's antistigma campaign features the narratives of nine people with lived and living experience (five in active use and four in recovery) and two family…
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