The Harm Reduction Community

Harm Reduction is a movement: a community of people working together to achieve equity and social justice for and with people who use drugs.

We work for the movement, fueled by radical love for people who use drugs.

Meet the faces of the Harm Reduction community.

This community is ever-growing. If you’re part of the Harm Reduction movement and want to see your face here, just send us a photo and tell us a little about yourself.

A Future Built on Harm Reduction Values

Calling all artists, writers, poets, videographers, and creators. Lend us your vision so we can collectively imagine a future built on harm reduction values.

Whether it’s a picture of humanity that lifts up one another, an essay envisioning tools or programs that don’t yet exist, a video about a world without a drug war, or a poem about possibilities — help us paint a picture of a future beyond survival.

Share your vision

Our Hearts Overflow with Gratitude

We could never do this work alone. It takes a lot of hands, hearts, and heads working together to create the cultural shift we’re striving toward.

“We are so grateful for all of our supporters – from government, foundation, and corporate sponsors to our long-time and brand new individual donors through Harm Reduction Champions. We believe that we can shift power and resources to the people most vulnerable to structural violence and with your help, we can make that happen.”


Monique Tula (she/her),

Former Executive Director

New York State Department of Health

Comer Family Foundation


AIDS United

Support Harm Reduction or honor the memory of a lost loved one by becoming a Harm Reduction Champion.

ViiV Healthcare

MAC AIDS Foundation

Elton John AIDS Foundation

San Francisco Department of Public Health Population Health Divison

Fishman Family Foundation

Public Health Institute

Open Society Foundation

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS

Be a Catalyst for Love, Justice, Community and Connection.

Together, we can create a world healing from harms, free from judgment, and built on equity.

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