Posters and social media kits to help spread the #stopoverdose message.
Overdose is closer than you think
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
- How to start a conversation with someone you care about who uses substances 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. fraserhealth.ca/overdose #StopOverdose
- Every encounter counts: how compassion helped change one man’s story
Thierry Rebiffe, age 24, is a person who has used drugs and has survived several overdoses.
- Compassionate enforcement: treat people how you'd like to be treated
City of Surrey By-law Supervisor Dave Berar and RCMP Sergeant Trevor Dinwoodie are members of the Surrey Outreach Team that works on 135A Street, a neighbourhood in Surrey that has been significantly impacted by the overdose crisis.
- Care as partnership: inspiring change through compassion
Janet Rosenfeld is a nurse practitioner based at the Salvation Army who works with citizens of Maple Ridge who experience homelessness and may be using substances to cope with their struggles.