Grantee Stories, Tools, and Resources

Find grantee stories, tools, videos, and other resources to support your prevention efforts.

Resource Title Description Resource Type Date Addedsort ascending
Gathering of Native Americans Builds Resiliency Among Native Youth in the Bay Area

Since 2001, the Native American Health Center has delivered the GONA curriculum to more than 800 urban native youth.

Grantee Stories 2018
Now What? The Role of Prevention Following a Nonfatal Opioid Overdose

This resource describes three promising post-overdose interventions.

T/TA Tools 2018
Prevention in Ohio: The Importance of Building Relationships

This Prevention Conversations video highlights the importance of building relationships and establishing trust.

Videos 2018
Reducing Health Disparities in Ohio: Implementing a “Wrap-Around” Approach

This Prevention Conversations video describes how Ohio is supporting communities who may not yet be prepared to implement the state’s PFS grants.

Videos 2018
Preventing the Consequences of Opioid Overdose: Understanding Naloxone Access Laws

This document describes the aims of naloxone access laws and the various forms they can take.

T/TA Tools 2018
MO-HOPE Expands Naloxone Training and Distribution in Eastern Missouri

Missouri developed a flexible naloxone training and distribution program that addresses the concerns of multiple audiences.

Grantee Stories 2018
Preventing Opioid Overdose in Massachusetts: Adopting a “Cluster” Model

This Prevention Conversations video explores how Massachusetts instituted a unique funding model that requires communities to collaborate with a broad range of stakeholders.

Videos 2018
Collaborating to Prevent Opioid Misuse and Overdose: Eliminating Silos

This Prevention Conversations video explores some of the reasons why today’s opioid crisis requires prevention practitioners to collaborate with new partners, in new ways.

Videos 2018
Preventing Opioid Misuse and Overdose: Strange Bedfellows Working Together

This Prevention Conversations video highlights how people often need to understand how the opioid crisis affects them personally before supporting prevention efforts.

Videos 2018
Talking About Overdose with People Who Use Opioids

This Prevention Conversations video discusses how witnessing an overdose can be more traumatic than experiencing one.  

Videos 2018
Plan C: Keeping People Alive

This Prevention Conversations video highlights the importance of working with active drug users to develop a concrete and realistic plan for how to prevent opioid overdose.

Videos 2018
South Carolina Partners with Law Enforcement on Naloxone Program

State prevention leaders joined forces with local police departments to create an effective naloxone training, distribution, and monitoring program.

Grantee Stories 2017
Preventing Opioid Misuse and Overdose: Using Data to Correct Misperceptions

This Prevention Conversations video highlights the importance of data in making the case for prevention efforts.

Videos 2017
Lessons from Massachusetts: Changing the Conversation about Addiction

This Prevention Conversations video explores how changing attitudes toward people who use drugs in Massachusetts played a key role in program success.

Videos 2017
Reframing the Opioid Prevention Narrative: Working with the Press

This Prevention Conversations video highlights how one community in Massachusetts partnered with the press to correct misperceptions about the nature of addiction.

Videos 2017
Reframing the Opioid Prevention Narrative: Addressing Misperceptions

This Prevention Conversations video highlights the importance of understanding the nature of addiction as a critical first step in preventing opioid misuse and overdose.

Videos 2017
Illicit Synthetic Opioids: Understanding Potential Risks for First Responders

This resource provides an overview of guidelines to protect first responders from being harmed by illicit synthetic opioids

T/TA Tools 2017
Preventing the Consequences of Opioid Overdose: Understanding 911 Good Samaritan Laws

This resource provides an overview of Good Samaritan Laws and steps prevention practitioners can take to increase awareness of this important overdose prevention strategy.

T/TA Tools 2017
Words Matter: How Language Choice Can Reduce Stigma

This resource examines the role of language in perpetuating substance use disorder stigma, followed by tips for assessing when and how we may be using stigmatizing language, and steps for ensuring that the language we use and messages we deliver are positive, productive, and inclusive.

T/TA Tools 2017
Wisconsin’s Dose of Reality Media Campaign Warns Residents about Prescription Drug Misuse

Wisconsin’s Departments of Health Services and Justice teamed up to design and deliver a statewide media campaign to prevent prescription drug misuse.

Grantee Stories 2017

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