Harm Reduction 101
The goal of this training is to provide an introduction to the basic philosophy and practices of harm reduction for drug use.
Overdose Prevention with Naloxone
Focusing on community member responses, this training explains how to recognize the signs of overdose and respond to opioid overdose and over-amping.
Wound Care 101
Learn how to prevent and reduce injection-related wounds for people who use drugs and the people who care for them.
Addressing Drug-Related Stigma and Discrimination
Explore the reach of drug-related stigma, identify strategies for confronting drug-related discrimination, and learn how to avoid stigmatizing people who use drugs in your personal life, at work, and more!
We can personalize any of our trainings for your group's specific needs!
Below is a selection of trainings and workshops we have conducted:
"Accessible Wound Care Training in Harm Reduction Work" 12th National Harm Reduction Conference | New Orleans, LA (October 2018)
“Harm Reduction and Abortion Rights” Open Access web series, New Orleans Abortion Fund | New Orleans LA (June 2018)
"Wound Care for People Who Inject Drugs" Street Med New Orleans/Luke's House Clinic | New Orleans, LA (February 2019, August 2018)
"Harm Reduction 101" Street Med New Orleans/Luke's House Clinic | New Orleans LA (February 2019, February 2018)
“Harm Reduction for Care Providers” Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault | New Orleans LA (January 2018)
“People’s Harm Reduction” Tulane University School of Medicine / School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine | New Orleans LA (January 2018)
“Harm Reduction and Overdose Prevention for Care Providers” Louisiana Office of Public Health | New Orleans LA (December 2017)
“Harm Reduction 101 and Overdose Prevention” Democratic Socialists of America - New Orleans Chapter | New Orleans LA (November 2017)
“Overdose Prevention and Response” Tulane University School of Medicine | New Orleans LA (April, August 2017; November 2018)
“The Role of Harm Reduction in the Opiate Overdose Crisis” Education and Community Involvement Branch, National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health | Washington D.C. (August 2017)
“Grassroots Harm Reduction” Funders Concerned About AIDS | Washington, D.C (December 2016)
“Harm Reduction 101” Tulane University School of Medicine | New Orleans LA (April 2016)
"Overdose Prevention and Good Samaritan Legal Protection” New Orleans Free School | New Orleans LA (April 2015)
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