Our number one goal is to help save lives!

HARM:LESS is a new harm reduction initiative of Families Against Narcotics. It focuses on reducing the negative consequences associated with substance use disorder and, first and foremost, saving lives. Our HARM:LESS Support Team members (in their teal t-shirts) meet people where they're at—in parks, on the street, etc.—and help connect them with the essentials they need to stay safe, healthy, relatively comfortable...and alive. In a perfect world, we’d love to see everyone who struggles with addiction seek treatment. But the world isn’t perfect, and we want people who aren’t ready for treatment to know that they matter, too. And that we care about them.



According to the National Harm Reduction Coalition, harm reduction incorporates a spectrum of strategies that includes safer use, managed use, abstinence, meeting people who use drugs “where they’re at,” and addressing conditions of use along with the use itself.


HARM:LESS Means Less Harm

HARM:LESS can connect people who are struggling with substance use disorder to essentials like:


  • Narcan for reversing opioid overdoses

  • Safe use supplies

  • Fentanyl test kits

  • Hygiene products

  • Clothing

  • Basic healthcare services

  • Medication assisted treatment (MAT)

  • Peer recovery services

  • Access & transportation to treatment

  • And more

Need assistance? Call the HARM:LESS line.