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National Harm Reduction Coalition Announces Emergency COVID-19 Funding for HepConnect Grantees in Greater Appalachia

National Harm Reduction Coalition Announces Emergency COVID-19 Funding for HepConnect Grantees in Greater Appalachia

To respond to the crisis surrounding COVID-19, the national Harm Reduction Coalition, with grant support from Gilead Sciences, Inc., announced emergency response funding for HepConnect grantees in the initiative’s five states: Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.  Shelter-in-place orders have impacted the way harm reduction programs and providers can reach participants and convene […]

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COVID-19 Update from the #HarmRed20 Team

COVID-19 Update from the #HarmRed20 Team

Hi friends, The National Harm Reduction Conference is, for many of us, an opportunity to be with our chosen family, colleagues, comrades, and allies. Every two years, the conference provides respite from the challenging and sometimes isolating environments in which we work to make positive change in the world. Our conference is designed to foster […]

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Información actualizada sobre COVID-19 del Equipo de #HarmRed20

Información actualizada sobre COVID-19 del Equipo de #HarmRed20

La Conferencia Nacional de Reducción de Daños es, para muchxs de nosotrxs, una oportunidad para estar con nuestra familia escogida, nuestrxs colegas, camaradas y aliadxs. Cada dos años, la conferencia brinda un descanso de los ambientes difíciles e, incluso, a veces aislantes en los que trabajamos por un cambio positivo en el mundo. Nuestra conferencia […]

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COVID-19 Resources for People Who Use Drugs and People Vulnerable to Structural Violence

COVID-19 Resources for People Who Use Drugs and People Vulnerable to Structural Violence

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COVID-19 Virtual Office Hours

COVID-19 Virtual Office Hours

To support public health surrounding COVID-19, the national Harm Reduction Coalition is postponing in-person trainings and convenings; however, training is critical to both our mission and the missions of harm reduction organizations everywhere. We thank you for joining the national Harm Reduction Coalition for virtual office hours and asking questions about the impact of COVID-19 […]

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COVID-19 Training Update, Resources, and Virtual Office Hours

COVID-19 Training Update, Resources, and Virtual Office Hours

To support public health surrounding COVID-19, the national Harm Reduction Coalition is postponing in-person trainings and convenings and adjusting current work plans based on guidance from the New York State Department of Health, California Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. Effective immediately and until further notice we are adopting the following […]

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Guía para proveedores de servicios de jeringuillas y reducción de daños y para el uso de drogas más seguro durante el brote de COVID-19

Proveedor de servicios de jeringuillas y reducción de daños operaciones durante el brote de COVID-19 COVID-19, una enfermedad causada por un tipo de coronavirus identificado recientemente, puede causar un infección respiratoria y conllevar problemas de salud. Normalmente es leve y la mayoría de las personas se recuperan rápidamente si lo tienen, pero puede ser muy […]

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COVID-19 Guidance for People Who Use Drugs and Harm Reduction Programs

COVID-19 Guidance for People Who Use Drugs and Harm Reduction Programs

These guides for people who use drugs and harm reduction programs were created by: Higher Ground Harm Reduction, Reynolds Health Strategies, Harm Reduction Coalition, and Vital Strategies. Safer Drug Use During the COVID-19 Outbreak Portuguese Translations Team: Cátia Bragança – Psychologist // Alexandra Camilo – Psychologist // Marta Borges – Social Worker // Patricia Antonio […]

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#HarmRed20 Postponed: A Message from the National Harm Reduction Conference Team

#HarmRed20 Postponed: A Message from the National Harm Reduction Conference Team

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Drug Overdose Prevention & Education (DOPE) Project: San Francisco

Drug Overdose Prevention & Education (DOPE) Project: San Francisco

History In December 2001, the Drug Overdose Prevention & Education (DOPE) Project began performing overdose education in San Francisco shelters, jails, treatment programs, and single room occupancy hotels and at syringe access programs. Since November 2003 the DOPE Project has coordinated distribution of naloxone via SF service providers. In June 2005, the DOPE Project became […]

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