What’s the Scoop on Fentanyl? This 2-hour webinar webinar was presented by Harm Reduction Coalition’s William Matthews, Physician Assistant, on March 29th, 2017. The webinar focuses on Fentanyl, a potent, synthetic opioid pain medication that has been associated with the recent surge in opioid related overdose deaths. Fentanyl has been found as a contaminant in the illicit […]
New York State Hepatitis C Elimination: From Vision to Reality This hour long webinar features Harm Reduction Coalition’s Hepatitis C Training and Policy Manager, Mike Selick, and Reed Vreerland, Direct of Policy at Housing Works was hosted by HepCure on March 21st, 2017. The webinar goes through the history, process, recommendations, and goals for the New York State Hepatitis […]
People who use drugs often face multiple challenges when seeking health care. This booklet aims to provide a practical guide for people who use drugs. Service providers and peers can use this booklet as a tool for starting honest conversations with people who use drugs about healthcare. You can read the pamphlet below, download copies, […]
This brochure explains the basics of Hepatitis C transmission for people who inject drugs and for people who take drugs through other routes of administration. You can read the pamphlet below, print out copies of the PDFs in English or Spanish, or order copies from our store.
Podcast 94 – July 16, 2014 Liam, Brian, Davian and Karen– activists and community leaders Reflections on the 3rd Annual Peer Delivered Syringe Exchange Conference from Liam, Brian, Davian and Karen and visioning ahead to the 10th National Harm Reduction Conference in Baltimore Stream below or click here to download the mp3.
Podcast 93 – April 8, 2014 Jen Kirschner- Baltimore Student Harm Reduction Coalition The Baltimore Student Harm Reduction Coalition (BSHRC) is helping to shape the direction of harm reduction and drug policy in Baltimore. This week’s podcast is an interview with Jen Kirschner of BSHRC. Jen mentions the pending Good Samaritan law in the interview. […]
Podcast 92 – April 2, 2014 Nuno Capaz– Vice President, Dissuasion Commission of Lisbon, Ministry of Health, Portugal. Portugal decriminalized possession of all drugs in 2001. This week’s podcast is a conversation with Dr. Nuno Capaz of the Dissuasion Commission of Lisbon. He talks about the history and the successes of the initiative. Stream […]
Podcast 91 – March 19, 2014 Rebecca Tiger– Assistant Professor of Sociology, Middlebury College An interview with Rebecca Tiger, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Middlebury College, about drug courts. Rebecca’s book “Judging Addicts: Drug Courts and Coercion in the Justice System” was published last year. We mention the podcast that appeared on This American […]
Podcast 90 – March 11, 2014 Heather Haase– International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) Allan Clear– Harm Reduction Coalition This year’s meeting of the Commission on Narcotics Drugs is an expanded version of proceedings featuring a two day High Level Segment. Heather Haase of International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) and Allan Clear get down to discuss the […]
Podcast 89 – March 6, 2014 Ro Giuliani– founder SF Needle Exchange The overdose risk of using alone is well established. We put the message out to the drug using community that people shouldn’t use alone. However there are really normal reasons as to why people like to do it. This is explored […]