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Campaign Materials

Awareness Posters

  • Zero Addiction Poster: Pain

    Zero Addiction Posters: Pain

  • Zero Addiction Poster: ADHD

    Zero Addiction Posters: ADHD

Outdoor

  • Outdoor: Vinyl

    Vinyl

  • Outdoor: Poster

    Poster

  • Outdoor: Digital

    Digital

Videos

  • “Restaurant”

    :30 television spot created for the Zero Addiction initiative to address prescription drug abuse in Alabama. This spot focuses on prescription opioid drug misuse.

  • “Pageant”

    :30 television spot created for the Zero Addiction initiative to address prescription drug abuse in Alabama. This spot focuses on prescription ADHD drug misuse.

Radio Spots

  • “2 Minutes”

    :60 radio spot created for the Zero Addiction initiative to address prescription drug abuse in Alabama. This spot focuses on prescription ADHD drug misuse. Prescription drug abuse is the nation’s fastest growing drug problem. Zero Addiction is a program sponsored by the Alabama Office of Prosecution Services to encourage families and friends to talk to anyone they know who might be addicted. Learn more about our Zero Addiction and Zero Meth campaigns. Visit http://zeroaddiction.org for more information. This project was supported by Subgrant No. 13-DJ-ST-002 awarded by ADECA/LETS and the Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs.

  • “Flatline”

    :60 radio spot created for the Zero Addiction initiative to address prescription drug abuse in Alabama. This spot focuses on prescription pain pill misuse. Prescription drug abuse is the nation’s fastest growing drug problem. Zero Addiction is a program sponsored by the Alabama Office of Prosecution Services to encourage families and friends to talk to anyone they know who might be addicted. Learn more about our Zero Addiction and Zero Meth campaigns. Visit http://zeroaddiction.org for more information. This project was supported by Subgrant No. 13-DJ-ST-002 awarded by ADECA/LETS and the Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs.

 

Misusing prescription drugs is a horrible way to live. And die.