Family Resource Booklet for Tennessee Department of Health

When leaving the scene of a drug overdose event, first responders (law enforcement, emergency medical services, and fire departments) expressed a need and opportunity to provide victims, family members, loved ones, and bystanders with local resources to begin dealing with trauma, addiction, reducing harm, communicable disease, and recovery. Being at the scene of an overdose event provides a unique opportunity for providing resources when those in need are most vulnerable.

I was art director and project manager for nine booklets distributed across the state, covering 46 counties and 73 percent of the population in Tennessee.