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Indiana Recovery Alliance Connecting People with Critical Harm Reduction Services

May 22, 2018

Opioid overdose deaths in the United States were five times higher in 2016 than in 2000. – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention In the winter of 2014, Chris Abert and a few friends began riding their bikes around Bloomington, Indiana, offering jackets, hot coffee and friendship to people who were homeless. Their outreach focused […]

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Harm Reduction Coalition Commends Mayor on Support for Overdose Prevention Centers

May 3, 2018


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We Work Hard for the Money & We Demand to be Seen

April 30, 2018

Sex Workers, Stigma, Harm Reduction and International Worker’s Day

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Amplifying Hope

April 25, 2018

Interviewing the Unsung Champions of Harm Reduction Over the next few months we will be interviewing a number of influential harm reduction and drug policy reform advocates from across the country. These are the people who are working against incredible odds, are largely unrecognized and serve as inspiration to the wider harm reduction community. Our […]

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A Realistic, Strategic, & Sustainable Vision to End the War on Drugs People

April 16, 2018

Greetings harm reduction comrades, While the national opioid crisis rages on, the Administration continues its focus on scaling up prescription drug monitoring programs, interdiction, and advocating for the death penalty for people who sell drugs. Like you, we know that these kinds of supply side drug policies don’t work. Despite the billions spent on the […]

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We Need YOUR Feedback!

April 11, 2018

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION ON BLACK & LATINX MSM & CRYSTAL METH We need YOUR feedback! Harm Reduction Coalition is conducting a community consultation with Counter Narrative Project & BEAM to get feedback on what resources YOU need to talk about crystal methamphetamine with Black and Latinx gay men and men who have sex with men (MSM). Please complete our brief […]

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Mobilizing Faithful Responses to the Overdose Crisis

April 4, 2018

ONE-DAY WORKSHOP FOR FAITH LEADERS AND LAY LEADERS Join us in Appalachia’s Lake Junaluska, North Carolina for Mobilizing Faithful Responses to the Overdose Crisis: One-Day Workshop for Faith Leaders and Lay Leaders. Join us to explore these topics and more: Centering the Wisdom & Leadership of People With Lived Experience Harm Reduction, the Real Deal Drug Related Stigma […]

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International Women’s Day and Harm Reduction

March 7, 2018

WHY WE SHOULD CARE The first time I participated in an International Women’s Day activity it was 1992, I was a college sophomore and it blew my mind. Women of all shapes and sizes, colors, gender expressions or identities, Trans and cis marching together, chanting, sharing and occupying public space from which we traditionally had […]

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International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers

December 15, 2017

December 17th is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, first celebrated by Annie Sprinkle and the Sex Workers Outreach Project USA in 2003 as a memorial and vigil for the victims of the Green River Killer in Seattle. Over the past fourteen years, it has grown into a global, annual event recognizing […]

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12th National Harm Reduction Conference

December 1, 2017


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