NEDHSA will host an unveiling ceremony of its Harm Reduction Vending Machine at the Phoenix Peer Support Center in Monroe.
About the Harm Reduction Vending Machine:
There is no cost associated with accessing any of the products, and it is free and open to the public to use. Those who wish to utilize the machine will also be provided confidential 1:1 peer-to-peer support on using all items.
NEDHSA recognizes that addiction is a complex issue that requires a multifaceted approach. These harm-reduction vending machines are just one component of a comprehensive strategy that includes counseling, education, and community outreach. By combining these efforts, NEDHSA aims to reduce the transmission of bloodborne infections, prevent overdose deaths, and foster a supportive environment for individuals seeking recovery.