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Strategies to Overcome Obstacles and Avoid Recidivism (SOOAR), has developed an innovative mobile health program concept called Boots On The Ground (BOTG) harm reduction, the first program in Wayne County, outside the City of Detroit, which aims to expand access to harm reduction services through mobile health and community empowerment.

Our mobile harm reduction program will provide low-threshold, low barrier harm reduction services aimed at increasing access to education, support and public health equipment. 


We believe access to compassionate, accurate, high-quality services should be available to everyone. SOOAR provides safe spaces in Out-Wayne County where anyone can receive the care they need without fear of judgment, stigma or discrimination.


All of SOOAR’s Harm Reduction services are free, confidential and available on a walk-in basis. 

 We do not report to police or immigration.

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Image by Nick Fewings

Our Mission

By implementing leadership strategies we encourage, enlighten, and empower individuals facing historic exclusion and oppression by integrating life skills programming, harm reduction, HIV and substance use prevention services stimulating positive personal change that leads to more productive lives, while dismantling systemic racism.

Our Board

James Henderson (Not Pictured)

Commander Clara Evans

Delshamira Francis

Saul Davis Sr. 

Chris Aikens

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Administrative Office

122 South Street,

Belleville, MI 48111

Inside Western Wayne Family Health Center

2700 Hamlin

Inkster, MI 48141

Monday Only 10am until 2pm

Inside Gretchen's Place

25 Owen Street

Belleville, MI 48111

Thursday Only 10am until 2pm

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