Education Tools & Resources
This page contains links to files and sites that were designed to educate and spread awareness about the illicit fentanyl crisis. If you have questions, comments, additions, etc, please reach out to us.
dead on arrival (documentary film)
The film, “dead on arrival” (DOA), is a highly charged look at the fentanyl epidemic and its impact on regular people. Dominic Tierno, who wrote, directed, edited, filmed, and narrated it, was inspired to make this film after learning about Alexander and the hundreds of thousands of victims associated with this crisis.
DOA was produced as a primer for the fentanyl epidemic. As such, the film provides one of the best looks at the crisis and serves to educate young adults and older.
Download Film Screening Guide: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19vDRgT72Xyx-fmUUXfgWxNVRNnY-2xmb/view?usp=sharing
Download mp4 file (3 GB): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uwulEBuWaREIZ82Dji3bxfecs7Hgm-YQ/view?usp=sharing
Also on YouTube to save bandwidth and share with others:
Public Service Announcements
PSAs focused upon the fentanyl epidemic.
A google drive folder of PSAs for Arizona that are being broadcast to television, movie theaters, etc.
Related sites and resources
Arizona has seen a substantial decline in drug deaths in the last two years and groups like this are why. They train, teach, and provide tons of resources to the public.
Important tips and resources for having conversations about fentanyl and drugs.
Again, Arizona is making a difference. This page of facts about fentanyl and the Learn More AZ group are also focused upon education and spreading awareness.
Alexander Neville Foundation’s own project aimed at bringing together young adults to share and learn from each other.
If you are interested in more materials or want assistance with a presentation, please do not hesitate to reach out. Amy Neville is always available as a resource and will respond to you quickly. Thank you.