Needle Exchange/Distribution Programs

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    Taxonomy Code: RX-8470.1900-610

    Programs that help prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDS and other blood borne infectious diseases by providing new, sterile syringes and other sterile injection supplies to needle users in exchange for used ones; or which sell new hypodermic needles and syringes to high risk individuals who have a prescription or, in jurisdictions where it is permitted, without a prescription.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    AIDS Support - Western Colorado AIDS ProjectProvides case management and preventive services to HIV-positive individuals and those at risk of HIV contraction in 22 counties along the western slope of Colorado. Service may include: -Walk in testing for HIV and Hepatitis C -Case management -Housing referrals -Health Care Provider referrals -Mental Health Counseling -Food Assistance Referrals -Syringe Exchange Program -Peer-driven support groupsMesa County2352 North 7th Street, Grand Junction - Western Colorado AIDS ProjectWestern Colorado AIDS Project
    Points West Syringe Services Program - Jefferson County Public HealthProvides a syringe exchange program offering: - Disposal of used syringes, exchange for new syringes, sharps containers, injection equipment, and wound care kits - Educational materials - Free HIV and Hepatitis C testing and counseling - Referrals for medical providers, mental health services, and substance abuse treatmentJefferson CountyJefferson County Public HealthJefferson County Public Health
    Syringe Access, Outreach and Education - Colorado House NetworkAccess Point provides needle exchange, outreach, and HIV prevention education to persons living in the metro Denver area, including youth, women, people of color, and gay and bisexual men and women. Also provides free HIV testing.Denver CountyColorado Health NetworkColorado Health Network
    Syringe Access Program - Harm Reduction Action CenterProvides syringe access five days a week for individuals who are actively injecting drugs. Clients will be required to fill out an intake and garner an anonymous code. Once enrolled, a participant exemption card will be issued that will exempt participants from laws regarding possession of syringes in the City and County of Denver. Access to clean syringes (and syringe disposal) prevents and eliminates the transmission of HIV and Hepatitis C in the Denver Community.Denver CountyHarm Reduction Action CenterHarm Reduction Action Center

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