We’re here to help and prevent.
Our ultimate goals are to prevent heroin and opiate use and abuse before it begins and to get current users into treatment. We need to communicate with users in all stages of addiction to connect them with resources and treatment, empowering them to choose hope over dope.
We can’t do this without the help of the community.
If you’re addicted or have information on a heroin/opiate overdose, please connect with you local law enforcement officials.
All tips will remain confidential and identifiable by numbers only. Together, we can make a difference in reducing the affect these drugs have on our communities.
Recovery takes more than just physical detox. In fact, some won’t experience physical withdrawal at all. Treatment and recovery require attention to all aspects of our lives … physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social.
Treatment can provide the tools needed to deal with the desire to use, help control cravings and begin to heal. Staying connected to treatment and/or a recovery community, supports long-term recovery and the restoration to a life of which to be proud.
Drug use is part of our world and harm reduction efforts work to minimize its harmful effects rather than simply ignore or condemn them.
Drug use is a complex, multi-faceted phenomenon that encompasses a continuum of behaviors from severe abuse to total abstinence, and acknowledges that some ways of using drugs are clearly safer than others.
Harm reduction is a non-judgmental, non-coercive provision of services and resources to people who use drugs and the communities in which they live in order to assist them in reducing harm to themselves.
Harm reduction does not attempt to minimize or ignore the real and tragic harm and danger associated with licit and illicit drug use.