Atlanta Harm Reduction Center Inc

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Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition [AHRC] is committed to improving the health and well-being of marginalized individuals, many of whom are actively using drugs. AHRC utilizes partners in the NPU-L, Atlanta area CBO s, ASOs, and local universities to reduce rate of new infections and transmissions of HIV/AIDS amongst drug users.

To our knowledge, AHRC is the only organization
in Atlanta that focuses specifically on promoting harm reduction strategies not only to affected populations, but also to the broader community.


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