Timbi Talks about Addiction is a 28 page superbly illustrated picture book designed to help children cope with a parent’s substance use disorder (SUD). Through Timbi, children learn that: addiction is a disease, it is not their fault, their varied emotions are valid. Timbi teaches them coping skills that they can use whether they are alone, or with a trusted adult to give them a much-needed sense of control in a chronically stressful environment. Timbi has been nationally recognized as an ideal resource to help families, teachers, counselors, physicians, judges, foster parents, and advocates in the fight against the long-term damaging impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
Alexander Neville Foundation Talks/ presentations for all ages on social media issues, current state of the drug crisis and how it’s impacting our youth, naloxone training.
“Dead on Arrival” is a short film about fentanyl’s deadly role in the U.S. illicit drug market.Learn About ANF
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana created a series of educational videos to raise awareness and understanding of the inherent and often hidden dangers of illicit fentanyl.
These videos tell the stories of two Baton Rouge area residents who died from overdosing on drugs laced with fentanyl. In 2022, 210 people died in each day from overdoses related to synthetic opioids like fentanyl.