this project addresses the need to provide an integrated solution to support the lay rescue of opiate overdoses to stem the worsening, tragic epidemic of opiate overdose deaths. ANTIOD continues to focus of the aforementioned points, the project also extends in designing access by means of creating more accessible information (training materials, pocket sheets, video training) and visible awareness focusing on encouragement and empowerment campaigns. currently in the process of being installed in Cincinnati downtown, the significance of this project is to empower communities by giving the right methods to save lives; and take action rather than delegating responsibilities in this epidemic — this model positions naloxone as a community resource designed for lay intervention akin to automated external defibrillators for sudden cardiac arrest, or fire extinguishers, supporting regular citizens to save a life. we can fight this crisis together. this was a team project led by Dr. Rebola from DAAP, UC. MY responsibilities included the communication design part- from branding, logo to educational materials like administration manual, posters, stop motion training videos to designing the skin of packaging.