Meaningful Involvement of People Who Use Drugs

Meaningful involvement of people who use drugs ensures the leadership and decision-making power of people with lived experience of drug use in the response to the intersecting crises of drug use, viral hepatitis, and HIV.

This new resource from AIDS United shares the history and benefits of meaningfully involve of people who use drugs, as well as best practices to asses your organization and embody the principle of meaningful involvement of people who use drugs. Whether your organization has been doing this work for years or is just starting to think about it, this resource can help you to evaluate how you’re doing and what practices you’d like to implement in the future.

This resource is available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Scroll down to click the download button to access the resource.

  • Meaningful Involvement of People Who Use Drugs (English)

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  • La participación significativa de las personas que consumen drogas (Spanish)

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  • Participação significativa de utilizadores de drogas (Portuguese)

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