Since 1992, the Comer Family Foundation has provided support to harm reduction-centered syringe access programs (SAP) to improve the health and wellness of people affected by drug use. These programs provide free sterile syringes, education, and often community wraparound services to reduce transmission of HIV, hepatitis C and opioid overdose.
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Developed with a grant from Comer Family Foundation, this guidebook provides information to individuals seeking to establish syringe services programs in rural, at-risk areas. Drawing on current research, the guidebook contains practical information to help communities take necessary steps to develop an evidence based response to growing rates of injection drug use in some areas of the country.