Providing Harm Reduction Services to the Central Valley

Outreach Timeline

See our calendar below for up-to-date information on when and where you can find us to receive services

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Mobile Outreach Location

Our Services

Safe Use

Access to sterile syringes and safe injection equipment

Wound

Supplies for wound care and wound prevention

Health

Referrals for access to testing and treatment for STDs, HIV, & Hepatitis

MOUD

Referrals for Medication for Opioid Use Disorder e.g. Methadone and Suboxone

Help support our mission to provide judgement-free harm reduction services.

Contact Us

National Harm Reduction Coalition creates spaces for dialogue and action that help heal the harms caused by racialized drug policies.

We Work for the
Harm Reduction Movement.

National Harm Reduction Coalition builds evidence-based strategies
with and for people who use drugs.

We’re fueled by a commitment to bring these solutions to scale. Here’s what that looks like:

Build the harm
reduction movement

End the overdose
epidemic

Expand syringe
access to all states

Infuse harm reduction
with racial justice

End the Overdose Crisis

We have the tools to prevent fatal overdose deaths. National Harm Reduction Coalition
ensures more communities have access to these tools.

Nearly 70,000 people died from drug overdose last year. The work of the Harm Reduction
movement is a matter of life and death.

Building Programs, Building
Power - Together

We build stronger harm reduction programs through training, technical assistance, and grant-making.

We build power with local leaders to create supportive environments for harm reduction to thrive in their communities.

We deliver thousands of hours of training each year

We seek to change policies that place people who use drugs

Join Us for Our Next
National Conference

Due to COVID-19, the 13th National Harm Reduction Conference is postponed to 2022. We’re excited for when we can come together to ignite, connect, and build personal and political power.

Meet the Harm Reduction Community

The power of our community is greater than the sum of our parts. Our creativity, power, knowledge, and lived experience is vast. And we hold a shared vision of a world rallying together and healing itself from harm. Get to know the people of the harm reduction movement.

Sam Rolfe (he/him)

New York, NY

Sam Rolfe (he/him)

New York, NY

Sam Rolfe (he/him)

New York, NY