DESCHUTES COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
HARM REDUCTION PROGRAM
The harm reduction program is anonymous, confidential and designed to reduce the risks involved in drug use. Services include safe injection and smoking supplies, including sterile syringes, sharps containers, and many other items. The program also provides access to naloxone, fentanyl test strips and overdose prevention education; connections to same-time medical care, HIV and Hepatitis C testing, vaccines, education, and referral to community resources and services.
2577 NE Courtney Drive
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: People who use drugs. Must be at least 18 years of age.
Hours: Wednesday, Downtown Bend at 680 NW Bond St., 9-11am Thursday, Downtown Redmond at 406 West Antler Ave., 2-4pm
Hours: Tuesdays, La Pine at 51425 Highway 97, 10am-12pm; Wednesdays, Downtown Bend at 680 NW Bond Street, 9am-11am; Thursdays, Downtown Redmond at 406 West Antler Avenue, 2pm-4pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (541) 322-7400 Main phone
  • (541) 322-7400 Main phone
Email Address: healthservices@deschutes.org
FEES: None
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Walk in. Intake is a quick screening survey with no identifying information. Intake process is with trained harm reduction program staff and volunteers. All services are anonymous and confidential.
DOCUMENTS: None
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish
AREA SERVED: Deschutes County
Services:
  • Hepatitis Testing
  • HIV Testing
  • Medical Waste Disposal
  • Needle Exchange/Distribution Programs
  • Vaccine Information
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DESCHUTES COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH