Opioids in Alaska

Useful Materials


Printable Resources

For patients and healthcare providers to discuss:

For Alaska employers:

For safer communities:

For partners helping to distribute Project HOPE kits and medication disposal bags:

Public service announcements available for use

Contact osmap@alaska.gov for more information about these resources.

Respond to Opioid Overdose

Learn the signs and know how to respond in the event of an opioid overdose.

 

 Recognize an Opioid Overdose and Act

 

Consider Your Options

Experiencing pain from an injury, surgery or dental work? Don't forget to ask your provider about the many effective non-opioid pain management options!

Alaska Tough

The Alaska lifestyle is sometimes prone to injury. If you’re prescribed an opioid, ask your provider about the risks and about other pain treatment options that may be available to you.

With Opioids, Not Sharing is Caring

Alaskans like to share with one another, but when it comes to prescription opioids, it’s best to not. Sharing can lead to addiction, overdose, death and legal consequences for our communities.