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Partners – Spark – Science to end drug-related harms

Partners


Organizational Partners

Atlanta Harm Reduction CoalitionAtlanta Harm Reduction Coalition
The Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition, Inc. (AHRC) is a community-based wellness organization committed to promoting health and dignity by reducing the impact of HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, STI, and Substance Use within vulnerable communities.
atlantaharmreduction.org


DeKalb County Board of HealthDeKalb County Board of Health
The DeKalb County Board of Health’s Department of Health Assessment and Promotion (HAP) uses health education tools, best practices, assessment, surveillance and community collaboration to prevent illness and injury and to prepare individuals, organizations and communities to gain mastery over their health and well-being.
dekalbhealth.net/hap/


Emory STU

The Emory-CDC HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (CTU)
The Emory-CDC HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) is 7-year NIH-funded project (launched in December 2013) led by Emory University in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that integrates four HIV/AIDS clinical research sites based in the US, Kenya, and Thailand.
ctu.emory.edu


CFAR logo

Emory Center for AIDS Research
The Emory CFAR’s mission is to decrease HIV incidence, improve well-being and, ultimately, find a vaccine and a cure for HIV by fostering and supporting trans-disciplinary research targeting the Southern epidemic as a microcosm of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.
cfar.emory.edu


Georgia Department of Public HealthGeorgia Department of Public Health
The Georgia Department of Public Health’s Drug Surveillance Unit monitors overdose trends in Georgia, and provides overdose data to the public and to partners working to end the opioid epidemic. These data are also used to detect and respond to rapid increases, or clusters, of overdoses.
dph.georgia.gov/drug-surveillance-unit


Georgia Overdose Prevention Working Group

Georgia Overdose Prevention Working Group
Georgia Overdose Prevention is a grassroots organization comprised of parents, healthcare professionals, harm reduction advocates and friends of those who have lost loved ones to accidental drug overdose. This group was formed to create and advocate for the passage of the Georgia 911 Medical Amnesty Law.
georgiaoverdoseprevention.org/


Emory Medical IPRC

Injury Prevention Research Center at Emory
The Injury Prevention Research Center at Emory is a collaborative, multi-institution that resides at the intersection of Marcus Trauma Center, Grady Health System and Emory Emergency Medicine. As a part of a national injury prevention research effort, IPRCE seeks to mitigate the staggering impact of injury in our community.
iprce.emory.edu


No More ODs

No More ODs Inc, a Savannah Harm Reduction Coalition
No More ODs, Inc., works to reduce Opiate Overdoses by training and providing resources for first responders and members of other key community sectors on carrying and administering Naloxone for emergency treatment of known or suspected opiate overdoses. Their goal is to save lives from Opiate Overdose so that the person has a chance for recovery from Substance Abuse Disorder and may lead a productive life.
facebook.com/NoMoreODs/