We are advocates and organizers advancing harm reduction and equitable drug policy reform in New Jersey. We are people who use drugs, who are in recovery, and who are harmed by the War on Drugs and overdose deaths. We are family members, neighbors, and community leaders united in our commitment to the philosophy and practice of harm reduction.
We work in coalition with partner organizations who seek a bolder and more just response to the overdose crisis and War on Drugs, which have disproportionately harmed people of color and those living in poverty.
Harm reduction is a proven public health strategy that promotes the dignity and bodily autonomy of people who use drugs.
Harm reduction recognizes that most dangers faced by people who use drugs are results of structural determinants of health and the criminalization of drug use.
Harm reduction is a person-centered approach that prioritizes health and safety above abstinence and judgment.
Your donation will help us buy naloxone, syringes, fentanyl test strips, and sweet treats for outreach!