What is Harm Reduction Therapy?

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Therapists use harm reduction with people who experience drug use to reduce chances for overdose or transmission of infectious diseases while improving their mental, physical, and social well-being. 

Harm reduction offers these clients health care, social services, and mental health treatment. It connects clients with education, referrals for infectious disease treatment, overdose reversal medications, and links to care. It also reduces the stigma associated with substance use and promotes healing through hope by empowering peer support from those in recovery. 

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Brian Noonan, PMHNP-BC



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