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FNHA-VCH-Taking-Care-of-Each-Other-Harm-Reduction-Video-Guide.pdf
A collaboration between First Nations Health Authority and Vancouver Coastal Health, this campaign is a four-part video series covering the following topics: Harm Reduction Indigenizing Harm Reduction Resisting (Reducing) Stigma Hopes for the…

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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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A short documentary that was later cut and used as pre-roll advertisements that played on social media and at hospitals, this Saskatchewan-based campaign aimed to raise awareness about the ongoing drug addictions crisis, highlighting that…

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A Facebook post and physical poster created and distributed the by Brantford Substance Users Network published in advance of International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31, 2020. Physical posters of this Facebook post were also spread around the…

Opioid_posters_Nov19_lowres_FINAL.pdf
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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Born out of the "dual public health emergencies" of the overdose crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic, the FNHA released this "extensive, province-wide overdose prevention campaign" related to harm reduction, comparing the provincial response to both…

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This anti-stigma campaign was developed by BC's Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions and launched in January 2018. The social marketing campaign's materials included two TV spot PSAs, an initial roll-out of four posters/social media ads (coloured…

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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…

Nipissing First Nation1.pdf
Intended to be an Indigenous adaptation of the "Stop Overdose BC" campaign, the North Bay Parry Sound Drug Strategy Committee "invited Chief and Council and community members to share their images and messages". This photo series was posted on the…
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