Don’t Die Campaign
Don’t Die is a campaign of the Baltimore City Health Department focused on reducing the stigma of addiction, promoting substance use disorder treatment, and educating the public to recognize and respond to an overdose with the opioid overdose reversal medication naloxone.
In addition to this website, this campaign has included billboards, posters at bus stops and metro stations, and in local establishments and businesses. The campaign has also included posters and training’s within the Enoch Pratt Libraries. The Baltimore City Health Department has distributed fliers, posters, and post cards throughout the city of Baltimore to build awareness surrounding the dangers of overdose.
On the homepage of www.dontdie.org, you can watch a short video to learn to recognize the signs of an overdose and respond to save a life.
Jose Rodriguez, Director of Opioid Overdose Prevention
Matthew Stefanko, Special Advisor of Opioid Policy
Baltimore City Health Department
1001 E. Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21202