Wellness Harm Reduction

Wellness Harm Reduction

Our team of Harm Reduction Specialists provide real life solutions and education to help mitigate the risks associated with substance use and to reduce the harmful effects of overdose and the spread of infectious disease.

We strive to empower people who use drug and people who engage in sex work, including LGBTQIA2S+ individuals by providing a non-judgmental space that allows for an exploration of ways in which substance use can impact them both positively and negatively.

At Wellness Harm Reduction, all are welcome! It is our mission to meet people where they are at and give them the compassion, support, and respect that they deserve.

 

Activities

Harm Reduction Hours

Syringe Service Program

Our Syringe Service Program (SSP) is run by a team of compassionate individuals with lived experience.

What we offer:

Safe Use Supplies

Overdose Rescue Supplies

Safer Sex Supplies

Wound Care Supplies

Hygiene Supplies

Harm Reduction Education

HIV, HCV, STI Testing

Linkage to care

Case Management

Community Outreach

Support Groups

Clinical Therapy

 

Harm Reduction Pamphlet

Harm Reduction Pamphlet

Are you looking for safer sex and/or harm reduction supplies such as condoms, Naloxone, and works? Do you live in Southeast Michigan, and lack access to a Syringe Access Program? Check out our discreet mail order form. Just click the link below, fill out the form, and one of our Harm Reduction Specialist will be in contact.

https://forms.gle/xJy9pyQUjdxLEE3M8

Mobile Unit Hours

 

Case Management

Our case manager advocates for compassionate, equitable care for people who are excluded from traditional systems of care. They utilize a person-centered, holistic approach to assist individuals with assessing their needs and establishing self-determined goals. Our case manager has experience helping individuals overcome systemic barriers to access essential goods and services including (but not limited to) housing, food, benefits, health care, substance use management, education, employment, transportation, legal assistance, clothing, and personal care items. 

Support Group

 

Clinical Therapy

Our Clinical Therapist uses person centered, evidence based, best practices to help individuals identify, examine, and treat mental health and emotional issues or disorders. They work with their clients to create an open and safe environment where thoughts and feelings can be shared without fear of judgment. They recognize that taking the first step to seeking a more fulfilling and a happier life takes courage. They are here to support you in that process.

 

Downloads

Support Group

Cleaning Syringe

Never Use Alone

Never Use Alone

Xylazine Information

Harm Reduction Hours

 

 

Media

 

Contact

Case Management

Email: Tjames@miunified.org

Phone: 313-316-5109

 

Program Manager

Email: Mcooper@miunified.org

Phone: 734-329-9740

 

SSP

Email: Hwhitaker@miunified.org

Phone: 734-572-3262

 

Resources