Since 1992, the Comer Family Foundation has offered a grant making program to support comprehensive harm reduction programs that improve the health and wellness of people who use drugs. These programs provide free sterile syringes, education, and community wraparound services to reduce opioid overdose and the transmission of HIV and viral hepatitis.
For Syringe Service Program Grant Applicants
Please review the application guidelines and follow the detailed instructions for grant applications.
For Current Grantees
Please review the grantees page for reporting guidelines and instructions.
Developed with a grant from Comer Family Foundation, this guidebook provides information to individuals seeking to establish syringe service 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.
AIDS United Syringe Access Fund offers technical support and funding for syringe service programs.
amfAr's Opioid & Health Indicators Database is a mapping resource to understand the opioid epidemic and its intersection with policy, HIV, Hepatitis C, and other social determinants of health.
Centers for Disease Control and NASTAD A technical package of effective strategies and approaches for planning, design, and implementation for syringe service programs.
Department of Health and Human Services offers webinars to support the expansion of syringe services programs in vulnerable communities.
NASTAD provides drug-user health resources and technical assistance for syringe service programs within health departments.
Vital Strategies offers guidance documents, government advisories, and tools for people who use drugs and stakeholders likely to engage with people who use drugs.