Overdose Public Awareness Campaign

The majority of overdoses are happening inside private residences- often closer than we think.  We all have a role to play to reach out and have a conversation if we are concerned about someone. Use these social media posts, resources and images to help spread the word and #StopOverdose.

Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the latest overdose prevention information.

Graphics, Video and Guide

We have graphics for social media which you are free to share on your social networks, to accompany the sample social media posts below. We also have a shareable video and guide with tips on how to have a conversation about substance use. Download the social media kit.

Social Media Posts

  • Overdose is closer than you think. Reach out and have a conversation, you could save a life fraserhealth.ca/overdose #StopOverdose
  • Watch this video on how to talk with loved ones about substance use and overdose prevention https://youtu.be/T3W6Xx4-gD4
  • If you think someone you care about is using substances, check in on them.  You could save a life fraserhealth.ca/overdose #StopOverdose
  • Most overdoses are happening in people’s homes. If you think someone you care about is at risk, reach out to them. Here’s how http://ow.ly/Ct1a30glqVd 
  • How to start a conversation with someone you care about who uses substances http://ow.ly/Ct1a30glqVd #StopOverdose

Questions?

For more information, go to fraserhealth.ca/overdose or contact feedback@fraserhealth.ca

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