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Harm Reduction

Harm reduction is an evidence based approach designed to reduce the risks associated with substance use disorders.

Harm reduction refers to a number of programs and practices that help lessen these risks.

The Go-Give Project is a dedicated partner to Public Health and we are helping do our part by ensuring our vulnerable community has access to new, clean supplies and education at all times.

Overdose Response

The Go-Give Project’s Mobile Outreach team operates primarily around the closure of all of our other community resources. From 9:00 pm until 2:00 am our team completes regular patrols of our most high risk areas. In 2021 our trained professionals responded to over 35 overdoses. We were fortunate enough to reverse all but two.  

First Aid and Patient Advocacy
Helping keep our friends healthy is important to us. Oftentimes those actively living with substance use disorders are also at high risk for illness and infection. At Go-Give we provide on call first aid services and patient advocacy to ensure our friends are receiving the treatment they need and deserve.
First Aid and Patient Advocacy
Helping keep our friends healthy is important to us. Oftentimes those actively living with substance use disorders are also at high risk for illness and infection. At Go-Give we provide on call first aid services and patient advocacy to ensure our friends are receiving the treatment they need and deserve.
Programs Manager Ali Farooq on nightly outreach
Nutrition and Seasonal Supplies
Many of our friends living with substance use disorder are also recurrently homeless. The Go-Give team offers nutrition and seasonal supplies to protect against the elements during the night time. Both Northern winters and hot summers can pose health risks to our friends. Together we are able to help them stay as comfortable and safe as possible.
Wellness Checks
To date Our wellness check program allows us to assist individuals that do not qualify for emergency assistance. It also helps us keep regular attendance of our friends to ensure their well being and safety as regularly as possibles. Working closely with both local law enforcement and emergency department has been an asset in keeping our friends safe.
Connecting Families
Do you have a loved one in our community? Head over to our connecting families page to file a consent for information form and see if you are eligible to receive regular updates!
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