Call or text 480-442-7086 if you've used an SPW Naloxone kit to reverse an overdose

Our Mission

To end health disparities faced by those made vulnerable by drug use & other high-risk behaviors in Arizona through harm reduction focused education, advocacy, and evidence-based programming.

Upcoming Events

Our Vision

Removing barriers to facilitate empowerment, health equity, and dignity for Arizonans impacted by drug use.

About Us

Our Services

We provide community workshops, trainings, referrals, consultation, and risk reduction materials to individuals, families, and organizations in order to prevent HIV, Hepatitis C, overdose, and the perpetuation of stigma. SPW also offers free condoms and naloxone to people at risk of overdose. We rely on a network of committed volunteers and partners throughout the state to improve community health.

Our Services

Overdose Prevention with Naloxone

Opioid overdose happens when the opioid receptors in your brain become flooded with opioids. This causes breathing to slow down to the point of respiratory failure. The good news is that overdoses are preventable. Learn how you can prevent an overdose from ever occurring.

Learn More

Donate

Sonoran Prevention Works is the only comprehensive harm reduction organization that combines direct service, legislative advocacy, and capacity building to create stronger, healthier communities for people made vulnerable by substance use. As a grassroots organization, we depend on your support to help us create change. Please make a tax-deductible donation today.

Donate

August 2019

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1
2
3
  • Tabling Event
4
5
6
7
8
  • SPW Volunteer Meet-up
9
10
11
12
  • Graham County Community Overdose Prevention Training
13
14
  • Graham County/Safford Professional Overdose Prevention Training
15
16
17
  • Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon
18
19
  • Naloxone 101 @ the Community Food Bank
20
21
22
  • Peoria Community Training
23
24
  • Prescription for Change Opioid Conference
25
26
27
  • International Overdose Awareness Day Event
  • Tucson Volunteer Meet Up
28
29
30
  • Naloxone 101: Understanding the First Line of Defense in Reducing Opioid Overdose Deaths
31