1 edition of Needle exchange programs found in the catalog.
Needle exchange programs
by Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Series||ONDCP bulletin -- no. 7., ONDCP bulletin -- no. 7.|
|Contributions||United States. Office of National Drug Control Policy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. :|
Desmond said education is the real key to reducing the spread of HIV and Hepatitis C. Desmond added a needle-exchange program "is only one tool in . A needle and syringe programme (NSP), syringe-exchange programme (SEP), or needle exchange program (NEP) is a social service that allows injecting drug users (IDUs) to obtain hypodermic needles and associated paraphernalia at little or no cost. It is based on the philosophy of harm reduction.
reduction programs to reduce the spread of HIV infections among IDUs.3 One of the key elements of these programs was the development of needle exchange programs or syringe exchange programs (SEPs)—outlets where IDUs could safely dispose of used needles and obtain sterile injecting equipment.4 As of ,File Size: KB. The findings, published in the June issue of Preventive Medicine, found only 39 percent supported needle exchange programs, a decrease from 58 percent in when the last national survey was.
Needle exchange programs (NEP), also known as Needle and Syringe Programme (NSP), or a Syringe-Exchange Programme (SEP), are social services. These services allow intravenous drug users access to obtain clean, new hypodermic needles as well as other necessary paraphernalia needed for injecting drugs. CLARK COUNTY, INDIANA Syringe Exchange Program. Operated by the Clark County Health Department, Akers Ave., Jeffersonvile, IN Monday thru Friday, 9a.m. - 3 p.m. "This is an amazing resource that surely has kept me disease free." --SEP client.
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Needle Exchange Programs: Research Suggests Promise as an AIDS Prevention Strategy: Report to the Chairman, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of Representatives Author United States.
As the needle/syringe exchange program is a low threshold project, there is no registration or monitoring of clients. Evaluation of the impact of the exchange program on injecting behavior and the spread of HIV, has therefore mainly taken place in.
InPreventionWorks!, a needle exchange program in the District of Columbia, closed down after 12 years of helping people who struggled with drug use. When its workers tried to contact the 3, clients to let them know the news and refer them to other programs, it became clear how much this clinic — Author: Shawn Radcliffe.
Needle-exchange programs, pioneered in Amsterdam inallow individuals to get sterile needles free of charge and safely dispose. Needle exchange programs operate on the principle of harm reduction.
They provide clean needles to people who use injection drugs with the objective of. Among Republicans, 18 percent favored having safe consumption sites and 30 percent favored needle exchange programs in their communities.
The corresponding figures for Democrats were higher, at 39 percent and 52 percent. Unemployed respondents and those with a bachelor's degree or higher were also more likely to favor these programs. Needle Exchange Programs Promote Public Safety: InNEPs reported removing nearly 25 million used syringes from communities.
13 According to the Centers for Disease Control, the one-time use of sterile syringes remains the most effective way to limit HIV transmission associated with injection drug use.
Needle exchange programs are controversial harm reduction programs that provide sterile needles to people who inject drugs.
Many programs also dispose of unsterile needles and provide an array of other services. The goal of the programs is to reduce the transmission of diseases. Needle exchange programs provide not only a harm reduction tool for intravenous drug users but also for society as a whole. Resistance by legislators to implement policy in favor of needle exchange programs does not help to promote but denotes the concept of social justice.
Needle exchange programs can ultimately serve as a solid middle ground for people who aren’t fully ready to stop using yet, but are aware of the danger they face with continued heroin use. This population has a strong likelihood of eventually entering : Mccarton Ackerman.
This book reports on research on and experience with needle exchange and bleach distribution programs and their effects on rates of drug use, the behavior of injection drug users, and the spread of HIV and other infectious diseases among injection drug users.
It discusses U.S. needle exchange data, international evaluations of needle exchange. Under California law, needle exchange programs can be set up by the county or the state, according to Supervisor Do. “On the one hand it provides for local input and control, and in the very next subparagraph, it says, by the way, the state department of public health can bypass all that and issue its own permit,” he said.
Needle exchange supplies are provided free of charge and no identifying information is requested; Equipment can be found at all Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit locations and many of our community partner agencies.
Locate the nearest needle exchange program (see below) Services provided. Syringe exchange programs (SEPs) have existed and been studied extensively in the United States since SEPs are community-based programs that provide access to sterile needles and syringes free of cost, facilitate safe disposal of used needles and syringes and offer safer injection education.
Needle exchange programs, then, are not only about providing drug users with safe needles. They are also aimed at reducing drug use overall. The key is that these programs treat drug use and abuse as a health issue rather than a criminal one.
As you will see below, this can make all the difference. Many needle and syringe exchange programs also offer other disease prevention products, such as alcohol swabs, condoms, and vials of sterile water, as well as education on safer injection practices, wound care, and overdose prevention.
Many also provide referrals to important services such as substance. The Next Step Needle Exchange is strictly a one-for-one exchange program: one clean syringe for every used one given. Syringes are only available for exchange to individuals age 18 and older.
All supplies, programs and services are offered free of charge. The program maintains strict confidentiality polices. What are Needle Exchange Programs. Needle exchange programs are places where IV drug users can obtain clean syringes for free. Needle exchanges also often offer other services.
Why Were They Created. The purpose of needle exchange programs is to reduce the transmission of HIV and other blood-borne diseases.
Cabarrus Health Alliance Syringe Exchange Program of Cabarrus County Fixed () [email protected] Site 1: Mooresville Rd. Kannapolis, NC Exchange operates Monday, Wednesday and Friday, pm and. The Works Program is committed to serving people who inject drugs who have been diverted out of the criminal justice system through law enforcement or court officials.
In addition to syringe access, safer injection supplies, education services, and case management, diversion clients receive screening to assess the risk of their use, and access.
In the hope of stopping the spread of HIV across this part of the state, Governor Pence called for the opening and funding of temporary needle exchange programs (NEPs)where injection drug users could dispose of used syringes and obtain sterile ones, despite his prior opposition to such programs Cited by: Book TV Weekends on C-SPAN2; C-SPAN Cities Tour He talked about the history and politics of needle exchange programs and why laws currently prevent federal funding for such programs.In almost all developed countries, syringe availability programs have become a major component of public health programs to reduce transmission of HIV and other blood-borne infections via needle-sharing.
1, 2, 3 In the U.S., the controversy surrounding syringe exchange has limited opportunities for conducting research 4, 5, 6, and no large.