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Quality Healthcare is Your Right

October 27, 2016

Quality Healthcare is Your Right
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, […]

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Hepatitis C Basics for People Who Use Drugs (PWUD)

May 19, 2016

Hepatitis C Basics for People Who Use Drugs (PWUD)
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.  

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Guide to Developing & Managing Overdose Prevention & Take-Home Naloxone Projects

November 10, 2012

Guide to Developing & Managing Overdose Prevention & Take-Home Naloxone Projects
This manual is designed to outline the process of developing and managing an Overdose Prevention and Education Program, with or without a take-home naloxone component. Overdose prevention work can be easily integrated into existing services and programs that work with people who use or are impacted by drugs, including shelter and supportive housing agencies, substance […]

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Peer-Delivered Syringe Exchange Toolkit

November 10, 2012

Peer-Delivered Syringe Exchange Toolkit
This toolkit is intended to provide examples of policies and practices from current PDSE programs so new and existing programs can think about and incorporate the parts that work for them. It gives an overview of points to consider in starting a PDSE program and is intended to generate new ideas for revising and improving […]

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Harm Reduction Communication Issue 17

November 10, 2012

Harm Reduction Communication Issue 17
Fall 2012 This special double-issue of Harm Reduction Communication has two central themes: hepatitis C (HCV) and personal narrative.. There are articles on: taking HCV prevention to a new level beyond syringe-only messaging,  HCV counseling, testing and referral, HCV treatment stories, group HCV treatment models, HCV advocacy, HCV and domestic violence, remembering Michael Carden, impersonality […]

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Syringe Access & Law Enforcement

April 13, 2012

Syringe Access & Law Enforcement
Building Alliances Contact us for more information about this training or would like Harm Reduction Coalition to provide this training at your organization. Description: Syringe access is a vital intervention to prevent HIV and hepatitis C infections among people who inject drugs. Fear of poor interactions with law enforcement is one of the most significant […]

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Understanding Drug-Related Stigma

February 21, 2012

Understanding Drug-Related Stigma
Tools for Better Practice and Social Change Contact us for more information about this training or would like Harm Reduction Coalition to provide this training at your organization. Training Length Half-day (3 hours) Training Goal This half day training will give participants a distinct set of knowledge and skills to help them understand and address […]

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Getting Off Right Safety Manual

February 17, 2012

Getting Off Right Safety Manual
Getting Off Right is a straightforward, easy-to-read how-to survival guide for injection drug users. It is a compilation of medical facts, injection techniques, junky wisdom and common sense strategies to keep users and their communities healthier and safer. The Safety Manual was written in collaboration by drug users and services providers. Read below and download […]

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User-to-User: Peer Delivered Syringe Exchange in New York City

February 17, 2012

User-to-User: Peer Delivered Syringe Exchange in New York City
User-to-User: Peer Delivered Syringe Exchange in New York City provides an analysis of a syringe access model in New York that trains injection drug users (IDUs) to conduct secondary syringe exchange with members of their social networks and other contacts. Drawing upon findings from several methods – including focus groups, qualitative interviews, and a quantitative […]

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H is for Heroin

February 17, 2012

H is for Heroin
This educational brochure was created as part of the Straight Dope Education Series to provide accurate information about drugs so that people can make rational, safer and informed decisions about their drug use. Read the booklet below and download the pdf. You can also purchase print copies from our Store.

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