A local study, the Staying Safe Intervention, is recruiting young adults between the ages of 18-29 who inject drugs for a study on Hep C prevention. Participation in the study includes compensation, and free Hep C & HIV testing. Contact the Staying Safe Intervention to see if you...
New York Harm Reduction Educators (NYHRE) is looking for a Director of Syringe Distribution, Outreach and Advocacy to work closely with the organization's leadership team to manage the syringe distribution program and associated outreach services.
The Resource Training Center is holding a 4-month full time training to become credentialed alcohol & substance abuse counselor. Scholarships are available for those in the health care field.
The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) AIDS Institute, in collaboration with participating syringe exchange programs throughout the New York City area, is conducting an anonymous study to learn more about the activities that put people who inject drugs at risk for becom...
The Harm Reduction Specialist provides engagement and support services, particularly to tenants engaging in risky behaviors such as drug and alcohol misuse, unsafe sexual practices, and self-harm, using a harm reduction model.
The Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Use Prevention, Care and Treatment works to improve the health of people who use drugs and alcohol in NYC by contracting with NYC providers, directing policy, and conducting research on drug and alcohol-related morbidity and mortality.
The Harm Reduction Coordinator provides intra-agency consultation, training, and support to staff utilizing a harm reduction approach. The Harm Reduction Coordinator provides leadership for the Harm Reduction Committee in forwarding Community Access' commitment to implementing th...
Sign On | NYS Legislation to Fully Legalize Syringe Possession & Reform Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP)Advocacy, Harm Reduction, NYS Legislation
More than 20 years into legal syringe exchange in New York, a criminal law results in thousands of arrests for syringe possession every year. Reform of the ESAP program which allows syringe distribution of syringes through pharmacies and by non-SEP healthcare providers is needed...
- Advocacy Committee September 15, 2020
- New York Hepatitis Clinical Education Collaborative September 15, 2020
- NYS Hep C Telemedicine Workgroup Meeting Notes | 8-20-20 August 31, 2020
- Open for Comment | CMS Proposes to Expand Telehealth Benefits August 24, 2020
- Job | Hep C Community Engagement Officer @ TAG (part-time) August 17, 2020
- Data-to-Care Toolkit August 14, 2020
- Funding | Office of Minority Health Initiative to Document & Sustain Disparity-Reducing Interventions (Due 8/26) August 4, 2020