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Harm Reduction Supply Recovery Program

Our harm recovery program is an intergral part of of our services. Used syringes and needles can be a source of spreading infectious diseases so we will accept used supplies for proper disposal. All participants in the Harm Reduction program will be provided with a sharps container to maintain possesion of used syringes and needles.



Harm Reduction Service Program


Our Harm Reduction service program (commonly called needle exchange and syringe exchange) takes a three prong approach to

distribution of products.

  • Participants can come in to our storefront location
  • Utilize vending machines throughout Clark County
  • Mobile distribution servicesWe strongly encourage all participants to come into our store front location to sign up for services.



Naloxone Distribution Program


Naloxone has been shown to be a life-saving drug that works as a reversal to opiod overdose. We have worked out a way to get products at a discounted rate to us so that we can provide it for free to people that inject opiods as well as family members, friends and community members. These products are available at our storefront location and in our vending machines. Education will be provided so that they can be used properly.



Medical Consulting and Education

Medical consultations for safe injection, safe needle disposal and wound care are available at our store front location. We will also offer HIV and hepatitis C 101 courses.



HIV/ Hepatitis C screening


Through a partnership with the Southern Nevada Health

district, we are able to offer daily HIV and Hepatitis C screenings via rapid testing.


Program Hours


Monday: 10am- 4pm 

Tuesday: 2pm- 6pm

Wednesday: 10am-4pm

Thursday: 2pm-6pm

Friday: 10am-4pm

Saturday: 10am-2pm

Sunday: Closed