Commissioned Social marketing campaigns and projects

The team at Substance have been creating public health campaigns and resources for nearly 30 years.

We formed Substance Create in 2011 and have gone on to work with clients across the UK, creating successful digital and print health-related campaigns and resources which encourage positive behaviour change.

Clients include health authorities, charities, local councils, schools and third sector organisations.

In this section, you will find a selection of client-commissioned campaigns and projects.


Health marketing campaign to protect community workers from exposure to secondhand smoke
Commissioned by Health Equalities Group


A 16 page booklet providing advice and information on a range of substances
Commissioned by Derby Substance Misuse Services


Branding and website

The 11TH International Conference On Nightlife, Substance Use And Related Health Issues

Derby Alcohol

Alcohol Harm reduction website
Commisioned by Derby Substance Misuse Services


Report on the use of e-cigarettes
Commissioned by Health Equalities Group


A2 cannabis poster
Commissioned by Derby Young People's Substance Misuse Service

HEG website

Corporate content-managed website
Commissioned by Health Equalities Group

International Harm Reduction Association

Branding for the International Harm Reduction Association
Commissioned by IHRA

Food in Care website

A food-related website for children in care
Commissioned by HEG

community banks website

A website to encourage people in Derbyshire to use their local community banks
Commissioned by Community Banks Derbyshire


Animated video about adverse childhood experiences
Commissioned by Public Health Wales


Information booklet for young people about Mephedrone
Commissioned by Derby Substance Misuse Services

Information booklet

Advice and information for people who use performance enhancing drugs
Commissioned by Derby Substance Misuse Services

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