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Harm Reduction

  • Never Use Alone: Offers harm reduction information and services for people who use drugs.

  •  Brave App:  You Don’t Have to Use Alone.  The Brave App will connect you to a caring supporter, wherever and whenever you use drugs so you don’t have to use alone.


  •  NextDistro: Are you an individual looking for naloxone for yourself or your loved ones? Check out NEXT Distro to find naloxone near you. 

  • Remedy Alliance: We’re here to help harm reduction programs get naloxone into the hands of people who are most likely to witness an overdose - people who use drugs.

  • DanceSafe: DanceSafe is a drug checking, earplug slinging, party servicing nonprofit that was founded on social justice principles. Our programs include drug education, sexual health and consent deep-dives, political advocacy, and event outreach, where our amazing volunteers distribute information and resources at the fabled DanceSafe Booths.

  • Erowid: Erowid is a member-supported organization providing access to reliable, non-judgmental information about psychoactive plants, chemicals, and related issues. It works with academic, medical, and experiential experts to develop and publish new resources. Erowid also strives to ensure that these resources are maintained and preserved as a historical record for the future.

  • Bluelight: Bluelight is an international, online, harm-reduction community committed to reducing the harms associated with drug use. It neither condemns nor condones the use of drugs but believes in open discussion to deliver accurate information, eliminate misinformation, and empower individuals to make wiser, more responsible choices.

  •  Faith in Harm Reduction:  Faith in Harm Reduction is the only program in the country dedicated to building capacity and mobilizing community at the intersection of harm reduction and faith-based organizing. Born from conversations with communities of faith, harm reduction organizations, and unions of people who use drugs throughout the United States, Faith in Harm Reduction fills a unique role as connector, community mobilizer, and capacity builder, fostering innovative-and previously untapped-cross-sector collaborations to expand and strengthen harm reduction in principle, practice, and policy. Faith in Harm Reduction fosters opportunities for the co-creation of spiritual community and relationship building in partnership with people who use drugs and other harm reduction community leaders.

  • Harm Reduction Works: HRW in response to the need for a harm reduction based alternative to abstinence only self-help/mutual aid groups. This is  NOT in opposition to abstinence only groups. Harm Reduction Works-HRW is really for anyone who wants to know more about harm reduction and how it might help, for any reason regardless of their using or drinking history. This includes people with long term abstinence based recovery who actively participate in other groups such as 12 step. We say this explicitly because the typical narrative mistakenly places harm reduction in opposition to abstinence. 

  • Savage Sisters: Savage Sisters provides the Philadelphia community with resources for those living with or affected by substance use disorder. Our outreaches advocate for harm reduction, education, and ending the stigma around addiction. Additionally, Savage provides a safe, structured, trauma-informed and pro-social living environment for people recovering from substance use disorder where they can safely recreate their lives.

  • Moderation Management™:  Moderation Management™ is a nonprofit that provides a non-judgmental, compassionate peer-support community for anyone who wants to change their relationship with alcohol.

  • Psychoactive substance index:  The Psychoactive Substance Index (PSI) is designed to catalog and provide relevant, accurate, and unbiased information for any and all mind-altering substances known to humankind, with a special focus on those with potential applications as mind-expanding tools.


  • ​Also, see our Zines, Guides, Toolkits section for more harm reduction guides about safer use, wound care, and more.  

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