Harm Reduction

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Our Trusted Sources for further support

Trusted sources of further information

We know that not everything you read online about substances and substance use is accurate. For example messaging that intends to shock has been counterproductive such as the ‘Just Say No’ campaign during the Reagan era in the US. This is because overstating the risks can lead to those who do use substances becoming immune to any education about them, even factual information on risks.

For this reason we will only direct you to trusted and evidence-based sources of information. Thankfully there are many such sources including these:

Thank you to our trusted partners and friends who continue to work hard to provide evidence-informed and up to date information to support people who use drugs.

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