During this week's drop-in hours at the Nyack Center, Rockland Connects held an educational orientation to Harm Reduction to equip the public with information on how to support--and advocate for--people who use drugs.

Harm Reduction is a public health effort to save lives, promote health, and prevent the spread of life-threatening infections such as HIV and Hepatitis C. It refers to strategies and tips to minimize the harms associated with drug use. Download this digital resource to learn more about harm reduction and the different ways in which you can support someone who uses drugs.