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NADAP provides a variety of campaigns intended to promote substance abuse awareness. To make it even easier, the majority of campaign materials are now available through the Navy Logistics Library (NLL) at no cost to all Navy commands.

Supply personnel must order them via https://nll2.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/ .Follow the instructions below to locate each item in the Navy Logistics Library. While placing your order, you have the option to view the item.

NADAP Publication Numbers

Campaign

Message

Materials

How to Order

 

Keep What You've Earned

 

As the Navy’s Flagship responsible drinking campaign, it seeks to encourage responsible drinking among Sailors by celebrating the achievements in their Navy careers.

 

 

  • Posters
  • Sailor's Fact Sheet

 

  1. Visit Navy Logistics Library at https://nll2.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/
  2. In the Keyword field search: Keep What You've Earned

Who Will Stand Your Watch?

A substance abuse prevention campaign designed to educate Sailors of the negative impact substance abuse can have on a Sailor's family, shipmates, and career.

 

  • Pamphlets
  • Posters
  • PSAs

1. Supply personnel must order them via https://nll2.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/

2. In the Keyword field search: NADAP

The Domino Strategy on How to Drink Responsibly

A social marketing campaign that encourages Sailors to pay attention to the size, content and amount of alcohol they consume each time they drink.

  • Pamphlets
  • Posters
  • Banners
  • Table Tents

1. Supply personnel must order them via https://nll2.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/

2. In the Keyword field search: Domino

* Commands are allowed to order Domino Strategy Phase 1 and Phase 3 materials from the Navy Logistics Library; however, the Navy no longer uses Phase 2 materials.  Phase 2 shall not be ordered.


 

Spice: It's Not Legal. It's Not Healthy. It's Not Worth it.

An informational poster produced by the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery about the designer drug Spice.

 

Posters

1. Supply personnel must order them via https://nll2.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/

2. In the Keyword field search: Spice

That Guy

That Guy is a researchbased DoD/TRICARE behavior change campaign that employs a humorous approach and focuses on social disapproval to help reduce binge drinking among the junior enlisted across all branches of service.

 

  • Posters
  • Coasters
  • Playing Cards
  • etc.

Visit: www.thatguy.com/resources

Sailor’s Guide for Substance Abuse Prevention

Pocket-sized guides address substance abuse in the Navy and provide tips, strategies, and resources to increase your awareness, understanding and control of substance abuse.

 

Pocket Guide

1. Supply personnel must order them via https://nll2.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/

2. In the Keyword field search: NADAP

Street Drug Booklet

An 80 page booklet filled with high-resolution photographs covering all commonly abused street drugs today including K2 or Spice and Bath Salts.

 

Booklet

1. Supply personnel must order them via https://nll2.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/

2. In the Keyword field search: NADAP

Prevention Banners

Awareness banners are intended to promote various prevention topics. They can be placed at gate entrances, building entrances and events around base.

 

Banners:

  • 101 Days of Summer
  • 3D Month
  • Red Ribbon Week

 

1. Supply personnel must order them via https://nll2.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/

 2. In the Keyword field search: NADAP

 

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