Unsure about how to safely pick up and dispose of a discarded sharp on the ground? This handy PSA has got you covered! And remember, if you don't feel comfortable handling sharps, call HACHR and we can come pick them up! Image Credit: @beyondtype1
Our latest podcast episode is a 2018 year in review and includes a segment full of gratitude for all of the awesome people and experiences that helped make HACHR successful! Click here to listen!
This months podcast we talk about our experience at the National Harm Reduction Conference. We discuss SESTA/FOSTA, Peer Leadership, Rural Harm Reduction, and #reframetheblame. We hope you enjoy this episode! Click here to listen!
WE ARE NOW AN HIV/HCV QUALIFIED TESTING CENTER! Since the day we imagined HACHR we have always imagined and in-house Testing to Treatment program. This vision included on site testing and linkage to care and we have diligently been working toward this goal for a number of years now. We have finally achieved it! We... Continue Reading →
We wanted to share with you an article by Capital & Main, a journal we were recently highlighted in. The article is titled "Drug Users Fight for Acceptance in California's Deep North" by Judith Merni. Click here to read!
Episode 3: Overamping, What is it, Who's at risk & How to prevent it! Because in the era of fake news and faulty logic..... #factsmatter Click here to listen!
Hi Friends! This is our second episode of our podcast called #factsmatter! This episode discusses overdose prevention. Our next episode will be on Stimulant Overamping and will be out in a few days so keep an eye out for it. Thanks for listening! Click here to listen!
This is our first blog post! We will start to develop regular posts and add them to our site. Our blog posts will range from new data & research in Harm Reduction, HACHR projects&programs, local accomplishments & issues, Statewide legislation, and more! Todays blog post is to let you know about our podcast #factsmatter! Each... Continue Reading →
The Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction would like to share with you our program's two year annual report. To review the full report, click here.
We are incredibly excited to announce our most recent partnership with HepCarestream. HepCarestream is nurse owned and managed 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 2016. They are committed to finding solutions to the Hepatitis C and opioid epidemics at a grassroots level in underserved communities. They also provide community education and testing free of charge, throughout the entire region. HepCarestream... Continue Reading →