The following report provides a summary of a think tank that Project Inform held in Baltimore on September 27-28, 2016 with 49 advocates to discuss issues related to safer consumption advocacy.

The report reviews key issues related to safe consumption sites, and lists some of the best practices and lessons learned for advocacy and educating people around SCSs to teach the value and benefits these sites provide to people who use drugs and the communities where they live.

Click the image to the left for the PDF. Feel free to print and distribute to your constituencies.

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