In Portland, Oregon's Multnomah County, heroin runs more rampant than most know. Outside/In, the city's needle exchange program, struggles to keep up with the request from addicts for information on how to care for their veins properly as it costs the county more money to treat abcesses, blown veins, and shots gone wrong than it is for the addict to care for their veins themselves. It was with this in mind that the Outside/In Clinic approached my class for help designing a brochure.
The bottom quarter of the brochure contains instructions for a discrete, small, wallet-sized take-away that includes vital information about valves, a map of the arm's veins, as well as contact information for the clinic.