FIX MEDIA ASSETS
The United States is in the middle of a crisis that’s impacting our families and communities, and Indiana is at the epicenter: opioid use disorder. In 2020, the Indiana State Museum plans to talk about it.
In a powerful new exhibit– FIX: Heartbreak and Hope Inside Our Opioid Crisis –the Indiana State Museum is committed to finding ways for Indiana communities to come together to shift the conversation and reduce the stigma surrounding opioid use disorder. Our goal is to remove the shame and isolation surrounding this disease, showing how all of us can play a pivotal role in finding solutions to this devastating crisis.
This is the media center for the exhibit, where you’ll find logos, the news release, the list of community partners and other digital assets. For more information about the exhibit, be sure to check out the exhibit landing page or read through our FAQs on this exhibit below.
A look at FIX: Heartbreak and Hope Inside Our Opioid Crisis
Feel free to download some of our assets. This 160MB package includes numerous photos of the exhibit as well as artist renderings, HD videos, FAQ, and news release.Download the Package
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Why the opioid crisis?
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EXHIBIT & PROGRAM COMMUNITY PARTNERS INCLUDE
A Better Life – Brianna’s Hope • Bill Foley, artist • C. Thomas Lewis, artist • Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush • Clarksville Fire Department • Crawfordsville Fire Department • CVS Pharmacy • Dove Recovery House • Dr. Diane Begley • Eskenazi Health • Fairbanks Alcohol & Drug Addiction Treatment Center • Governor Eric Holcomb’s Office • Hope Academy • Indiana Addiction Issues Coalition • Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse • Indiana Family and Social Services Administration • Indiana Next Level Recovery • Indiana OUD ECHO Program at Indiana University School of Medicine • Indiana Rural Health Association Indiana Rural Opioid Consortium • Indiana State Department of Health • Indiana University School of Nursing • Indiana University School of Social Work • Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital • IU Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenge • IUPUI Herron School of Art and Design Art Therapy Graduate Program • IUPUI School of Liberal Arts, Museum Studies Program • IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology, Music Therapy Program • Indy Pulse • Ivy Tech Community College • The Jim Irsay Collection • Laura Holzman and Meredith Brickell, artists • Marion County Board of Health, Dr. Virginia Caine • Meridian Health • Montgomery County Superior Court 1, Judge Heather Barajas • Overdose Lifeline, Inc. • Pulse Point • Philip Campbell, artist • Side Effects Public Media/WFYI • University of Indianapolis, College of Applied Behavioral Sciences • VOICES • Young Actors Theatre
EXHIBIT DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES INCLUDE
Fairbanks Alcohol & Drug Addiction Treatment Center
Side Effects Public Media/WFYI
Indiana University School of Nursing
Indiana University School of Social Work