Right now, you have the power to transform countless lives. Act with urgency, donate to NHRC, and together, we will end the overdose crisis, expand access to life-saving resources, build capacity among harm reduction organizations, and champion policies that prioritize compassion, justice, and equity.
Join our movement. Your donation to NHRC today is a vital step toward a healthier, more inclusive society. Time is of the essence. Act now.
To continue this vital work and build lifesaving and
life-affirming resources and programs for people who use drugs, their communities, and agencies committed to their well-being, WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT TODAY.
The harm reduction community, our haven of support and resilience, is currently under attack. Political and societal forces threaten the very fabric of the movement we've worked tirelessly to build. In these trying times, the need for sustained financial support has never been more critical.
Past contributions have been instrumental in propelling us forward, allowing us to make strides in ending the overdose crisis, providing vital peer support nationwide, and advocating for policies that uplift the dignity of people who use drugs.
And yet, the battle is ongoing, and we require your continued support to protect the harm reduction movement against the headwinds of adversity.
Monthly giving is the bedrock of our ability to withstand these challenges and ensure our initiatives flourish. By committing to a monthly donation, you help continue NHRC’s work in 2024. Year-to-date, in 2022, we completed over 1,000 technical assistance engagements, conducted over 110 trainings, developed two well-received harm reduction toolkits, and helped achieve legislative wins at the federal and state levels.
We brought together an unprecedented 2,500 people at the 2022 National Harm Reduction Conference, distributed over 50,000 kits to Syringe Services Programs (SSPs), and contributed to saving hundreds of lives from accidental drug overdose death.
Your ongoing support sustains safe spaces for dialogue and action—spaces that are crucial in healing the harms inflicted by racialized drug policies that persist. It fuels our efforts to infuse harm reduction with the transformative power of racial justice, ensuring that our movement remains a beacon of hope and progress.
Your generous monthly contribution at this level makes a profound impact on our training institutes, providing crucial resources to equip providers nationwide with the wisdom of our movement. You are instrumental in empowering these providers with the tools they need to uplift and support individuals and communities impacted by the the so-called “War on Drugs,” which is a war on people.
As a Harm Reduction Champion, your monthly donation is a powerful step toward ending the overdose crisis. Your support ensures that naloxone and fentanyl test strips are readily available, reaching the hands of everyone who needs them. By walking hand in hand with us, you are actively contributing to saving lives and creating a safer, healthier future.
Your ongoing commitment as a Harm Reduction Advocate supports our mission to make sterile syringes accessible to people who use drugs. This evidence-based public health service has the potential to reduce HIV and hepatitis C infection rates by as much as 50 percent. Your contribution at this level is a crucial investment in the well-being of people who use drugs.
Every contribution matters, and as a Harm Reduction Steward, your $10 monthly donation is a vital part of our advocacy efforts. Your support helps us push for policy reform at the local, state, and national levels. Together, we work toward increasing access to evidence-based harm reduction strategies and eliminating disparities faced by people who use drugs in accessing healthcare and basic human services.
We take pride in the fact that a significant portion of every dollar you donate directly fuels our reach and amplifies our impact. Whether it's providing access to life-saving tools like naloxone and fentanyl test strips or ensuring our advocacy resonates far and wide, your support creates a meaningful difference.
people who use drugs (PWUD) served by 34 CHRI grantees
program enrollments in the past 6 months
increase in operating time from program baseline
participants were referred to Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) treatment
At National Harm Reduction Coalition, we believe in the transformative power of collective action, and we are profoundly grateful for individuals like you who stand with us in our mission to create a safer, healthier future for people who use drugs and communities impacted by the the so-called “War on Drugs,” which is a war on people. Whether you've been with us from the beginning or have recently joined our mission, please accept our heartfelt gratitude. Your belief in the harm reduction movement is a testament to the strength of our community.