The Opioid Project:
Changing Perceptions through Art and Storytelling
Supporting those personally touched by the Opioid epidemic and creating community dialogue about stigma and the costs of the ongoing crisis
An interactive art and storytelling project founded and facilitated by Boston-based artist Nancy Marks and physician and Health Story Collaborative founder Annie Brewster.
Read about our work in The Boston Globe
- Increasing public awareness about substance use disorder and addiction
- Decreasing stigma by fostering and creating space for community dialogue
- Contributing to policy change to increase access to mental health services and substance use treatment
- Supporting those in recovery, first responders, caregivers and those grieving the death of a loved one by providing space for story sharing and creative expression
How we work
In collaboration with local partners, we run workshops and community-based art exhibitions featuring paired art and audio stories, honoring, contextualizing and bringing to life the human costs of the opioid epidemic. (Please see Project Overview for more details)
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