Media Kit

For accurate & fact-based drug policy reporting

The drug war is fueled by stigma and misinformation. Check out these resources for  accurate and fact-based discussions of drug use that prioritize individual and community wellbeing.
For media inquiries or to be added to our press list, contact Jenna Mellor at Jenna@njharmreduction.org.

Fact-Based Drug Policy Reporting

Changing The Narrative is a network of reporters, researchers, academics, and advocates concerned about the way media represents drug use and addiction.

Changing The Narrative’s mission is to help journalists and opinion leaders provide accurate, humane, and scientifically-grounded information in this contested terrain. They offer expert sources—including people with lived experience of the issues—and up-to-date, fact-checked, and evidence-based information on news and controversies.

Considerations For Photography

The National Harm Reduction Coalition recommends the following considerations when choosing photography to accompany discussions of drug policy:
  • Choose images that honor the experiences and dignity of people who use drugs
  • Bring light to the harm reduction community
  • Be considerate of visual aversions and sensational imagery

Our Logo

Here are PNG versions of our logo, which was designed by Shantal Henry. Email hello@njharmreduction.org if you need vector EPS versions of our logo.

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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.

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