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HACHR Executive Director Discusses Recent Eureka City Council Decision, the Importance of Syringe Exchange Programs and Harm Reduction

On the heels of a Eureka City Council decision that temporarily prohibits the Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction (HACHR) from operating its syringe exchange program with the city limits, the nonprofit’s executive director Lasara Firefox Allen joins the Outpost on this week’s episode of Humboldt Holding Up to share their side of the story. In addition to discussing these recent developments, Allen touches on why they feel the council’s decision will have dangerous impacts on the community, the other services HACHR provides, the significance of harm reduction and how they developed a passion for the work

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HACHR Executive Director Discusses Recent Eureka City Council Decision, the Importance of Syringe Exchange Programs and Harm Reduction


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