We Work for the Harm Reduction Movement
Our work is to uplift the voices and experiences of people who use drugs and bring harm reduction strategies to scale. For more than 25 years, we’ve worked with communities to create, sustain, and expand evidence-based harm reduction programs and policies.
We hold space for and support communities who are impacted by HIV, hepatitis C, and overdose, offering resources and training for local leaders to create solutions that work best for their community. Our work intersects with many other movements but here is where we focus.
We believe people who use drugs are the experts of their own experience and we offer tools to promote safer drug use to prevent HIV, hepatitis C, and overdose
We offer training on evidence-based best practices to help harm reduction organizations to thrive
We influence policy to improve the lives of people who use drugs
We create spaces for dialogue and action to build the movement
See our work in action
Whether on the streets or in the halls of power, every day we’re fighting with and for people who use drugs to shift power and resources to those impacted by structural violence. Here’s what our work looks like: