IDAHO HARM REDUCTION PROJECT
Promoting Health and Safety for All Idahoans
Idaho Harm Reduction Project works to serve the drug using community of Idaho, as well as the general public by creating safe communities through evidence based programming, education, needle exchange and appropriate needle disposal.
IHRP AT A GLANCE
Mission: Promoting health and safety for all Idahoans impacted by drug use through advocacy, harm reduction and evidence-based programming.
Vision: Every person who uses drugs has the ability to make any positive change to their health and wellbeing. Idaho communities will be educated on sharps safety, proper disposal, and the possible health impacts of drug use.
Values: Idaho Harm Reduction Project is based on social justice, public safety, and respect for people who use drugs.
HARM REDUCTION FOR ALL IDAHOANS
Harm Reduction Program Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday
2:00 PM-8:00 PM
We offer supply pick up at our office, delivery within the Treasure Valley, and mailed harm reduction supplies all across the state. If you or someone you know needs supplies, please call or text us or click on the link below.
*** If you do not have a permanent address or means of transportation, please call or text us so we can talk about alternative ways of getting harm reduction supplies.***
SAFE SHARPS DISPOSAL
We provide sharps containers to every one of our participants. We also run a Found Syringe Hotline. If you have found a used syringe -- in your yard, a park, an alley, wherever -- we will pick it up and safely dispose of it for you. Please call or text us at 208-991-4574 or fill out the reporting form below. ***Must be in the Treasure Valley area.***
The Idaho Harm Reduction Project was started by three public health professionals, who saw a gap in services in their home community. Their aim was to create resources for drug users and their families and reduce harm throughout the state.
The Idaho Harm Reduction Project is proud to provide services related to Naloxone, syringe exchange, and syringe disposal. We aim to connect community members with resources both within our organization and throughout the community, meeting people where they are at.