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Prevention Resources

Prevention Resources

In Our Communities

Define Your Direction collaborated with the Chickasaw Nation Pharmacy, Chickasaw Nation Lighthorse Police Department, and the Austin Box “12” Foundation to provide tribal police officers training on Naloxone administration. Naloxone is a drug that counters the effects of an opioid (pain killer) overdose. By being equipped with and knowing how to administer Naloxone, officers will be able to assist an individual experiencing an opioid drug overdose as opposed to waiting for medical assistance to arrive, which increases that person’s chance for survival.

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Youth leaders met the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, and gave a presentation on Define Your Direction.  Tribes from across Oklahoma were present to talk about addiction, substance abuse, mental health services and general health.

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#DefineYourDirection

  • 87% of students surveyed have never used prescription drugs to get high. Way to go, students! 
#DefineYourDirection
  • Happy Halloween! You’re never too old to spend your night trick-or-treating with family and friends. Have a fun, safe holiday! 
#DefineYourDirection
#HappyHalloween
#TrickOrTreat
  • In Oklahoma, 68 deaths per year are due to underage drinking. Define your direction by standing up to underage drinking. #DefineYourDirection
  • It’s almost your turn to run from the zombies, Allen students! Join us at the Zombie Chase on Saturday, October 27 at 10 a.m. We will begin and end (if you don’t get infected) at the the Allen Mustang Football Stadium. Do you dare to face the zombies? ⠀
#ZombieChase⠀
#Halloween
  • Chickasaw Children’s Village students, do you have the guts to run through a path of zombies? Good luck and don’t get infected today!
#ZombieChase
#Halloween
  • Using drugs in your teenage years can affect the development of your brain long-term. #DefineYourDirection by standing up to underage prescription drug abuse and help your brain develop properly. Learn more from the resources on our website. {link in bio}
  • You don’t want to miss the Chickasaw Cultural Center Fall Festival! Between stomp dance demonstrations, storytelling, stickball, archery and other activities, there will be plenty to keep you busy. The festival is this Saturday, October 20 in Sulphur. 
#FallFestivals
#ChickasawCountry
  • Have a great fall break, Allen students! Enjoy this time to re-energize and take a break.
#FallBreak
#SchoolsOut
  • Are you looking for resources to help you live a life without underage drinking and prescription drugs? We have a ton of information on our website {link in bio} to help you stand up to peer pressure and talk to your friends and family. #DefineYourDirection
  • Resisting peer pressure isn’t easy. That’s why we strive to help students find tactful ways to stand up to underage drinking and prescription drug abuse. Check out our website {link in bio} for resources for yourself, your friends and family. #DefineYourDirection
  • The first day of fall brings months of cooler temperatures, football games and homecoming.  What is your favorite part of this season? #Homecoming #FootballSeason #Fall
  • 76% of Chickasaw Nation youth do not think it is cool to drink alcohol regularly. Keep up the good work by standing up to underage drinking! #DefineYourDirection