About Our Harm Reduction Program
Choice Health Network’s Harm Reduction program uses practical strategies to reduce the negative consequences associated with drug use and improve an individual’s overall health and wellness. Our program staff have backgrounds in social work, public health, medicine, and public policy, and meet with individuals who use drugs in a safe, confidential environment with the goal of providing nonjudgmental care. Harm Reduction is an anonymous program; you don’t need to bring an ID or anything else when you come.
We now have online naloxone and fentanyl test strip reporting.
If and when you use these supplies, please click the button below to fill out our form. This helps us be able to continue offering naloxone, fentanyl test strips, and other supplies.
Thank you for taking the time to report back!
We now have Harm Reduction merch!
Our Harm Reduction program now has shirts and hoodies for sale! All proceeds benefit the program and help save lives. Click here to shop.
What is Harm Reduction?
Harm Reduction is a social justice philosophy built on a belief in, and respect for, people who use drugs. Harm Reduction programs strive to mitigate the real harms associated with drug use without stigmatizing or shaming the individual people who use drugs.
Harm Reduction Program Services Provided
- Syringe access and needle exchange
- Naloxone training and distribution
- Injection supplies
- HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) rapid testing (through a finger stick)
- Confirmatory HCV testing (through a blood draw)
- Linkage to medical care
- Wound care
- Referrals to substance abuse treatment and support
- Community outreach and education
Our Harm Reduction program works to create informative material to help the folks we serve.
For information about our experiences in beginning a harm reduction program with integrated testing, check out our guide to Starting a Harm Reduction Program in East Tennessee.
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Read about the impact of our Harm Reduction program in our annual report: