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New Hampshire
Harm Reduction Coalition

Grounded in harm reduction principles, NHHRC compassionately supports people who use drugs (PWUD) in concert with other harm reduction programs, promotes evidence-based strategies, and upholds the inherent worth of all people through advocacy and education.

A colorful collage of four different photos. 1. A square photo of a blue pill opened up with powder spilling out ontop of a bright yellow background. 2. A pink condom out of the package over a pink background. 3. A white graphic that says saves lives with a Narcan tipped over and it has flowers blooming out of it. 4. A group of four syringes over a blue background. 5. A square purpurple graphic of three people holding up signs. Above them it says we stand with you. The signs read cancer screening is harm reduction. Repo Freedom is harm reduction. STI screening is harm reduction. There are three hearts underneath them. One pink, one purple, one blue. 6. A golden frame around text that reads You deserve saftey, health & hapiness. With lilacs and sunflowers surounding it. 7. A square image with pink pills spread out. 8. A Narcan kit.
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NHHRC is a statewide grassroots organization dedicated to the implementation of public health strategies that reduce the harm associated with drug use and misuse. NHHRC engages in policy advocacy, multi-sector education, resource and policy development, coalition and capacity building, and direct services.

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NHHRC is proud to be a part of The Affirming Spaces Project (ASP). ASP is committed to improving communities through the development and maintenance of welcoming and affirming environments for patrons, visitors and employees of all genders.

Ways We Help

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Set up and support for NH SSPs via training, technical assistance, funding opportunities, and data analysis. Promote and expand harm reduction services, including syringe access.


Advance evidence-based practices and disseminate work. Build alliances across sectors who serve people who use drugs.

Empower people who use drugs and their communities.


Advocate for harm reduction in policies that affect the lives of people who use drugs. Encourage the voices of those with lived experience through self-advocacy.

Contact Us

Mailing address: 

1 Washington StreetSuite 3114
Dover, NH 03821

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