“Harm reduction refers to policies, programmes and practices that aim to minimise negative health, social and legal impacts associated with drug use, drug policies and drug laws. Harm reduction is grounded in justice and human rights – it focuses on positive change and on working with people without judgement, coercion, discrimination, or requiring that they stop using drugs as a precondition of support.” – Harm Reduction International

Naloxone & Overdose Reversal:

NEXT Naloxone is an online opioid overdose responder training site that includes mail-based naloxone distribution at no cost to people who use drugs or individuals most likely to be first responders in a opioid overdose incident. We are dedicated to ensuring access to naloxone regardless of one’s ability to travel, self-advocate, or afford the life-saving medication.

The War On [People Who Use] Drugs

The war on drugs is a racialized and racist campaign led by the U.S. federal government that has lead to the incarceration and death of millions people, especially people of color.

Drug User Organizing



End the War on Drugs for Good by Christina Dent, 19min
Invisible No More, Criminalizing Webs : Kassandra Frederique, from 28:00 – 39:00 (recommend watching in entirety)