Trainings and Resources
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Posted 9/1/2020 (updated 9/2/2020)
The National Harm Reduction Coalition is thrilled to announce our new name, new look, and new website! The Harm Reduction movement has changed over the course of 25 years and so has our organization. More than 900,000 people access the resources on harmreduction.org each year. Our website is a valuable resource to people who use drugs and their loved ones, harm reduction programs, public health departments, health care workers, researchers, students, and drug treatment providers across the country.
Sonoran Prevention Works is an advocate for people in Arizona affected by drug use. Spanish language resources from Ssamaritan PAWZ are included.
Brandeis University’s Institute for Behavioral Health Opioid Policy Research Collaborative launched the Brandeis Opioid Resource Connector (BORC) website, a comprehensive online resource for communities and local leaders addressing the opioid crisis.
Posted 7/20/2020 (updated 7/24/2020)
The "Navigating System Cultures across the Sequential Intercept Model (SIM)" webinar, held on June 26, 2020, and hosted by SAMHSA's GAINS Center.
This toolkit was produced by the University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center, in partnership with the NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis, and in collaboration with the Rural Health Information Hub (RHIhub).
Millions of people are depending on CDC to keep them safe from the threat of COVID-19. CDC is responding to this pandemic by preparing healthcare workers, learning more about how the disease spreads, and supporting state, local, tribal and territorial governments on the front lines of this outbreak.
Posted 1/22/2020 (updated 5/5/2020)
How Science Has Revolutionized the Understanding of Drug Addiction. PDF version of this resource is available in English and Spanish.
Posted 12/30/2019 (updated 6/15/2020)
Reports between 1991 and 1997 found clean needle programs reduce HIV transmission, and none found that clean needle programs caused rates of drug use to increase.
Posted 12/30/2019 (updated 1/3/2020)
Opioid misuse problem in our communities and how to develop ways to address it.