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Developing a Harm Reduction Program through Community Partnerships and Collaborations

Michelle Perdue – Harm Reduction Coordinator, Cabell-Huntington Health Department


This poster will show how to use volunteers, educational opportunities, and contractual agreements with treatment providers to deliver collaborative services to an affected population. Harm reduction practitioners play a vital role in tackling the nation’s opioid crisis by addressing the adverse effects of drug use, including opioid-related overdose. Partnering with the harm reduction field can help substance use disorder prevention practitioners deepen the impact by providing critical links to populations at greatest risk. This poster explores how developing a cultural understanding of each viewpoint and type of work can facilitate healthy collaborations.

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