To envision a community free from the devastating impacts of Fentanyl, where every individual, especially our youth, thrives in an environment of compassion, resilience, and comprehensive support.
Why Join The 1:11 Movement
The 1:11 Drug & Fentanyl Awareness Program is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about the dangers of Fentanyl and combating its misuse. This case study aims to highlight the five key services offered by the program group in their efforts to educate the public, prevent fentanyl-related harm, and support affected individuals.
Who We Are? A team of Texans fighting back against Fentanyl. What we do? Raise awareness on the dangers of Fentanyl and how it can affect a community. How we do it? Together hand in hand with the help of the community. Why we do it? So, no more lives will be stolen.
Public Awareness Campaigns: The 1:11 Fentanyl Awareness Program Group conducts extensive public awareness campaigns to disseminate information about fentanyl and its risks.
These campaigns involve various strategies such as social media engagement, community workshops, educational seminars, and targeted advertising. The group aims to reach diverse audiences, including youth, parents, healthcare professionals, and law enforcement agencies, to maximize their impact and promote informed decision-making.
Recognizing the importance of accurate and accessible information, the program group creates comprehensive educational resources related to fentanyl.
These resources include brochures, pamphlets, posters, and online materials that cover topics such as the signs and symptoms of fentanyl use, safe drug disposal methods, overdose prevention, and available support services. The group ensures that the resources are regularly updated to reflect the latest research and trends.
Training & Workshops
To empower individuals and organizations to respond effectively to fentanyl-related incidents, the program group conducts training sessions and workshops.
These sessions are designed for various stakeholders, including healthcare professionals, educators, social workers, and community leaders. The training covers topics such as recognizing fentanyl-related emergencies, administering naloxone (an opioid overdose reversal drug), providing harm reduction strategies, and offering support to affected individuals and their families.
The program group operates a 24/7 helpline to provide immediate support and guidance to individuals impacted by fentanyl use or addiction.
Trained professionals staff the helpline, offering confidential assistance, crisis intervention, and referrals to local resources, such as treatment centers, counseling services, and support groups.
The helpline serves as a crucial lifeline for those seeking help, aiming to reduce the harm associated with fentanyl misuse and connect individuals to the appropriate support networks.
Collaboration & Partnerships
Recognizing the need for a multi-sectoral approach, the 1:11 Fentanyl Awareness Program Group actively collaborates with various stakeholders, including government agencies, healthcare providers, law enforcement agencies, and community organizations. By fostering partnerships, the group leverages collective expertise, resources, and networks to amplify the impact of their initiatives.
These collaborations enable the program group to enhance community engagement, coordinate prevention efforts, advocate for policy changes, and expand the reach of their services.
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In a world where the dangers of fentanyl are more prevalent than ever, The 1:11 Project. Is working to raise awareness, educate our youth and community, and provide resources to help those who are struggling. Our programs and services are designed to empower individuals to make informed decisions about their lives, and to help them overcome any obstacles they may face. We believe that by providing education and support, we can help to create a brighter future for our community.