The Stay OK toolkit is a collection of creative assets designed for use by music festival organisers and peer support organisations to reach festival goers with important harm minimisation messages this festival season.
The toolkit a collection of print and digital creative assets that can be used onsite at festivals, and on digital and social channels before, during and after a music festival.
The Stay OK assets aim to:
- increase awareness of the signs of MDMA / ecstasy overdose
- encourage festival-goers to seek medical help for themselves or their friends at a festival
- provide festival goers with important harm reduction strategies to help ensure they Stay OK
Stay OK campaign assets
The Stay OK assets available for download on this page (with or without NSW Government branding) are in the following formats:
Digital advertising and email assets
Stay OK Logo suite
Stay Ok branding
By using the Stay OK brand you agree not to alter or amend the Stay OK logo, as outlined in the
Stay OK Style Guide, including placing the Stay OK logo alongside branding or content associated with negative health outcomes, or in direct conflict with health promotion and/or safety messages.
Background and messaging
The Stay OK campaign has been developed by NSW Health in consultation with festival goers, creative partners, music festival partners and peer support organisations. The Stay OK concept was tested with 200 18-24 year olds who had attended a music festival in the past 12 months. The majority had experienced and witnessed drug related harm.
- 80% agreed "it makes me feel like I can seek medical help at music festivals if I feel/see others who are unwell"
- 82% agreed "it makes me want to party safely at music festivals"
- 81% agreed "it motivates me to look out for the safety of others at music festivals"
The Stay OK campaign delivers the following key harm reduction messages:
- Know the signs and symptoms of overdoing it and get help fast
- You won't get into trouble by seeking help
- Peer support is available
- Look after yourself and your mates
Further safety advice and information can be found at the campaign website at
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