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Harm Reduction Resources

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Disclaimer: Please note that this information is presented for educational purposes only, and cannot include all of the information required to make informed decisions regarding drug use; all drugs affect every user differently. Dosage and combination data is provided as a general guideline, not as a recommendation and not as medical advice. If you believe you are in need of medical aid, then seek medical attention immediately. SOOAR does not endorse drug use, and while our team makes a best effort to provide accurate information, we do not claim that it is 100% correct. Always do your own research and be safe.

Harm Reduction Resources

There are a range of harm reduction resources to help you on your journey to a healthier life. We believe in meeting people where they are and providing practical tools and resources that can make a real difference. Our harm reduction resources are designed to help you reduce the negative consequences of substance use and other behaviors, so you can live a safer, healthier life.

Call Never Use Alone 877-696-1996  Overdose Prevention Lifeline.


Toll-free national overdose prevention, detection, life-saving crisis response and medical intervention services for people who use drugs while alone. Never Use Alone’s peer operators are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. No stigma. No judgment. Just love!♥️

Please check local ordinances for legality of non-medical syringes and harm reduction supply possession in your area.

Drug overdoses have been on the rise over the last several decades, and while the trend is up overall, opioid overdoses have risen disproportionately to other drugs of abuse. This guide is meant to provide information, education, and access to further overdose prevention resources and is not intended as medical advice.

MOPH connects people who are using drugs with a trained operator who can call for help in case of overdose. This is not a recovery or treatment helpline; it is committed to your safety and confidentiality and provide this service to anyone who is at risk of overdose.

Foundations of Harm Reduction

Afrofuturism and Harm Reduction

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is about 50 times as potent as heroin. People use fentanyl because it is cheap to manufacture and a small amount goes a long way. Many individuals consume fentanyl without knowledge while others use it intentionally because of its potency. Learn more...

Whether you’re seeking info on safer drug use for yourself or others, tips to be prepared in the event of an overdose, the most up-to-date information about fentanyl testing, or ways to create a supportive environment for harm reduction programs to thrive – we hope you find what you’re looking for.

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