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New! The 2020 Arizona legislative session is right around the corner! We will be co-hosting our annual Advocacy Day on February 4th with Arizona Recovers (formerly Addiction haven) at the Capitol. Join us to educate lawmakers on public health-focused substance use policy, recovery, and criminal justice reform. Our syringe service program bill will be introduced again, and we’ll be talking about additional upcoming legislation.

Never attended, or don’t remember all the details from last year? No problem! We’ll be hosting a prep session in January to go over talking points and answer any questions you may have about how advocacy works.

To stay in the loop and participate in Advocacy Day, fill out this form

Contact Your Representatives

The most impactful way to get your voice heard by lawmakers is to contact them

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Letter to the Editor

Want to get your ideas about Harm Reduction heard by a wider audience? Write a letter to a newspaper or magazine editor.

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Write a blog post

Our blog is a real-time update on the impacts that Harm Reduction has had on real people just like you! We want to hear your own stories of how Harm Reduction has worked in your life.

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Learn about harm reduction

Want to spread the word to others? Keep your knowledge up-to-date! The following links are helpful resources to learn even more about Harm Reduction!

Harm Reduction Coalition
Coalition for Syringe Access
Drug Policy Alliance
International Drug Policy Consortium
Fact Sheet: Syringe Access

Host a training

Do you have contact with groups of people who can benefit from harm reduction knowledge? Do you have a space to use for presentations? Then consider hosting a training!

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Attend an event

Check out our calendar to see what events we have coming up. We hope to see you there!

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Still have some questions?

Contact Haley Coles, Executive Director at