Low-Barrier Opioid Treatment at Syringe Service Programs

Led by The Center in partnership with CDPH, this grantmaking opportunity is for syringe service programs to integrate opioid treatment services and other harm reduction services into existing sites to increase the availability and access of treatment services and to offer related supportive services such as case management and peer support. This innovative project works to embody whole person care and is directly for individuals who use drugs and for expanding care and access to communities often not fully served by current health infrastructures. Funded partners promote health equity in their services by providing trauma-informed care, acknowledging and addressing the intersectionality of participants, and ensuring the meaningful involvement of those being served.

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