harm reduction resources
The Stonewall Project is a San Francisco program that offers individual and group harm reduction counseling to bi, gay & queer men who want to change some aspect of their alcohol and/or drug use.www.stonewallsf.org 1035 Market St. 4th floor, San Francisco CA (415) 487-3100
The Speed Project Suck, fuck and party safer! A San Francisco harm reduction program for gay/bi/heteroflexible guys. Drop in groups, massage, acupuncture, and syringe exchange. Come high, come low, come sober, come as you are! www.tspsf.com (415) 487-8043 Check out Speedometer Zine Online and the Broke but Not Bored in SF
DanceSafe is a nonprofit organization promoting health and safety within the rave and nightclub community.www.dancesafe.org
The Harm Reduction Coalition is a non profit organization committed to reducing drug-related harm to individuals and communities.www.harmreduction.org
HIV Medication and Street Drug Interactions: The University of Liverpool has created very nifty Drug Interaction Tools and Charts. You customize your own search by choosing from an alphabetical list of drugs (that includes HIV medications, psychiatric mediations, over the counter medications, antibiotics, street drugs etc.) and then you view your results. The website will create PDF file for you (if you want it) categorizing your results. You will have information about drugs that should not be coadministered, Potential interactions that may require close monitoring, alteration of drug dosage or timing of administration, whether no clinically significant interaction expected, or instances where there are no clear data, actual or theoretical, to indicate whether an interaction will occur. Click here to check it out! http://www.hiv-druginteractions.org/Interactions.aspx
Looking for Needle Exchange in Los Angeles, click here.
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Overdose Prevention and Response Looking for Naloxone and information about how to prevent and respond to ovedose? If you live in San Francisco check out the DOPE Project for a free training and legal prescription for Naloxone the medication the reverses an opiate overdose.
Marin Treatment Center
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