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Harm Reduction Key Principles in Homeless Services

by
Correlation European Harm Reduction Network

The Key Principles of Harm Reduction are an innovative set of tools developed through the HR4Homelessness Project. The innovation lies in their capacity to translate existing experiences and knowledge on Harm Reduction into actionable guidance through an open, iterative and evolving framework. 

The Key Principles aim to contribute to improving and transforming the services that shape access to and the quality of care that people experiencing homelessness who use drugs or alcohol receive. Further, they aim to support these services to respond to conditions that negatively influence marginalised and underserved communities’ social and health outcomes.

  • Injecting drug users (IDUs)
  • Migrants
  • People who use drugs (PUD)
  • Sex workers
  • Northern Europe
  • Regional
  • Western Europe
  • Advocacy
  • Care and support
  • Harm reduction
  • Human rights
  • Inequalities in health
  • Prevention
  • Stigma and discrimination

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