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Harm Reduction

Harm Reduction

What is
Harm Reduction?

Harm reduction is an evidence-based approach that is critical to engaging with people who use drugs and equipping them with life-saving tools and information to create positive change in their lives and potentially save their lives. Harm reduction is a key pillar in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Overdose Prevention Strategy.

More than 30 years’ worth of research demonstrates that SSPs protect the public’s health. They save lives, help those experiencing a substance use disorder get the support needed to regain a healthy life, and reduce the impact of drug use on the community.

LTDHD Harm Reduction Syringe Service Program

Providing anonymous and confidential services.

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108 New Glendale Road, Elizabethtown, KY