6 million nationally in grassroots needle exchange and harm reduction programs through the Syringe Access Fund, a partnership with AIDS United, the Irene Diamond Fund, the Open Society Foundations, and the Levi Strauss Foundation.
What does HRP stand for?
HRP stands for Harm Reduction Program (various organizations)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
She said she will continue to examine definitions of "success" and support harm reduction programs, 12-step programs and funding for nontraditional types of healing such as curanderos or treatment based in Native American traditions.
Harm reduction programs such as clean needle exchange programmes were introduced 25 years ago in cities like Liverpool and Rotterdam.
Its latest report calls on Canada end its harm reduction programs and focus more effort on law enforcement.
Poland also has a robust harm reduction program, including the "Discotech" program which works with club owners to provide free bottled water at "Rave-prone" dance parties to reduce drug-induced dehydration illnesses, and consequence training, which helps addicts learn how to care of themselves and provides information on treatment options available when they choose to seek treatment.
In a bid to combat skyrocketing HIV/AIDS infection rates among IDUs, the Taiwan CDC has proposed a 5-year harm reduction program to the Republic of China Executive Yuan.
Harm Reduction Programs in Prisons Because it is believed by prison officials, researchers and drug treatment specialists in Iran that the prison setting itself contributes to drug abuse and especially behaviors that can lead to HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases, harm reduction programs were established.
In communities where harm reduction programs exist, they can often be subject to harassment from law enforcement authorities.