This work takes all of us
We rely on community support and an amazing network of harm reductionists and people interested in learning more about a harm reduction approach to drug use. Here are some ways for you to get involved!
Virtual Naloxone Trainings
Join our monthly virtual naloxone trainings, held on the third Thursday of every month from 6–7pm.
Sign-up here to let us know you’re joining. All are welcome.
Monthly Member Meetings
Join our monthly member meeting, held virtually on the fourth Thursday of every month from 7 – 8:30pm.
We ask that, if your day job involves law enforcement of any sort, you do not join this monthly meeting. We want to make sure the space is as safe as possible for honest discussion of drug policy and the ways it impacts our daily lives.
Due to COVID precautions, in-person volunteer opportunities are limited. The best way to get involved is by attending a virtual naloxone training or member meeting.
Subscribe to our email list to learn about volunteer opportunities as they emerge!
If you share our commitment to harm reduction and equitable drug policy and connect with our values and mission, apply to join the NJHRC team.
Harm reduction is essential. A harm reduction approach to drug use is the best strategy we have to end the overdose crisis, reduce risks associated with drug use, and affirm the dignity and bodily autonomy of every New Jerseyan.