Where else,” wondered tobacco harm reduction advocate David Sweanor, “do we permit a really ...
Viewed from the United States, Canada’s comparatively liberal social mores and universal healthcare would ...
Genelle Chaconas can’t go a day without caffeine. They consume the powerful stimulant in ...
Communities most impacted by the overdose crisis are more likely to back groundbreaking interventions ...
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This original Filter video enters a methadone clinic to record the thoughts of clients, staff and experts about barriers to this lifesaving medication.
“It Just Starts All Over Again,” an original Filter video by Helen Redmond, takes us inside a methadone clinic—and the problems with the system.
“Nicotine Hunger,” an original Filter video, features Louise Ross, a pioneering British harm reductionist whose work includes introducing vaping to smokers in a mental health hospital.
While officials in the US—and the UK where I live—debate the introduction of safe consumption spaces (SCS), it’s important to ...
[The map above shows naloxone providers’ reports of whether naloxone confiscations from local clients are: Not a Problem (white); A ...