Our Programs and Services

For Persons Who Inject Drugs (PWID)
Harm Reduction and Health Support
Needle Exchange Program
Clean Needles and Syringes: We distribute sterile needles and syringes to reduce the risk of infections such as HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.
Safe Disposal: We provide safe disposal bins for used needles to protect public health and prevent needle-stick injuries.

Medical Assistance
Health Screenings: Regular testing for infectious diseases, including HIV, Hepatitis, and other blood-borne pathogens.
Wound Care: Treatment and care for injection-related injuries, ensuring that minor wounds do not become severe infections.
Counseling and Support
Mental Health Services: Individual counseling to address mental health issues and support emotional well-being.
Addiction Counseling: Guidance and support for those seeking to manage or overcome addiction, including personalized treatment plans.

Educational Workshops
Safe Injection Practices: Training sessions on minimizing health risks associated with drug injection.
Overdose Prevention: Education on recognizing and responding to overdoses, including the distribution of naloxone, a life-saving medication.

Referral Services
Rehabilitation and Detox: Connections to rehabilitation centers and detox programs for individuals seeking more intensive treatment.

For Persons Who Use Drugs (PWUD)
Comprehensive Health and Support Services
Harm Reduction Services
Safe Use Kits: Providing clean paraphernalia, including pipes, filters, and other items, to reduce the risk of disease transmission.
Health Screenings
Regular Check-Ups: Offering regular health screenings to monitor for conditions like HIV, Hepatitis, and other infections common among drug users.
Psychosocial Support
Counseling Services: Mental health support for dealing with the stresses and challenges of drug use.
Support Groups: Facilitating peer support groups to create a sense of community and mutual aid among participants.

Educational Programs

Information Sessions: Educational sessions on the effects of various drugs, safe usage practices, and harm reduction techniques.
Treatment Options: Providing detailed information on available treatments and recovery programs to help users make informed decisions.

Community Outreach
Stigma Reduction: Engaging with the community to reduce the stigma associated with drug use and promote acceptance.
Advocacy: Working to influence policies that support harm reduction and the rights of drug users.