TEXAS HARM REDUCTION ALLIANCE
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We envision a state in which people of all ages have equitable opportunities to live healthy and meaningful lives free from harmful consequences of substance misuse.
The Alliance supports substance use related policies, programs and services that:
Honor the complex biopsychosocial nature of substance misuse, unique to every individual.
Respect the human rights, cultural values, beliefs, autonomy and dignity of all people.
Are evidence-informed, pragmatic, non-coercive and non-discriminatory.
Are continuously improved with timely and relevant data.
Are trauma-informed, resilience & recovery oriented.
Are equally accessible to all.
Are informed by the wisdom of lived experience.
Our mission is to develop, support, and promote policies, practices, and programs that create positive change and reduce the harmful consequences of substance use and misuse in Texas.
We eagerly seek partners in fulfilling our mission. Become a partner in health and power by participating in our trainings, collaborative programming, coalition building efforts, and board leadership.
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THRA receives 98% of contributions to our organization through a generous fiscal sponsorship with HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County, 501c3 (HEPPAC). Please consider contributing to our work.
Learn about our direct services program
Due to COVID-19, we are suspending outreach until further notice, but we are still committed to getting people supplies. Please call us at 512-580-0580 or come by the center if you need supplies. We are located at 1909 E. 38th 1/2 St. Suite C. You can also get supplies from the Austin Harm Reduction Coalition van - link to their schedule.