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Syringe Service Programs

SSPs can also be known as Syringe Exchange Programs (SEP), Syringe Access Programs (SAP), and Needle Exchange Programs (NEP). They are a key component in a comprehensive harm reduction strategy.

These programs have been proven to reduce the harms of substance use to the individual and to the community. SSPs reconnect marginalized community members to their community and empower people to make positive changes in their lives. Syringe service programs focus on building relationships and provide people access to other vital services.

REGISTRATION CLOSED: Those registering at this time will be placed on a waitlist and will be notified one week prior to the summit if space is available. The 2024 Michigan Harm Reduction Summit will be held in Lansing on June 12th, 2024. Visit the Michigan Harm Reduction Summit website to access materials from previous conferences!