Brave is Part of the Harm Reduction Movement

The overdose crisis is a bigger problem than any of us can solve alone. Thankfully, we’re not the only ones on a mission to end overdose fatalities.

We believe that together we can accomplish the one thing that matters most: ending overdose fatalities.

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Co-Creating a World Where Every Overdose is Detected and Reversed

Thousands of organizations and millions of people in the Harm Reduction movement are working together to support the lives, rights, and dignity of people who use drugs (PWUD).

It Takes a Village to Solve this Crisis

The folks at Brave spend much of our time collaborating and exchanging knowledge with these groups every day.

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    Peer-led organizations
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    Research bodies
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    Policy advocacy groups
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    Syringe service programs

If you want to leverage our technology, need support bringing a new overdose preparedness solution to market, or wish to partner in another way to help end overdose fatalities, we invite you to reach out.

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A group of Brave team members and harm reductionists working together to solve the opioid overdose crisis

2022 Symposium

A big thank you goes out to all the speakers and presenters from the Tech & Harm Reduction Symposium 2022.

  • Rebecca Morris-Miller, NORS/COACH (Grenfell Ministries)
  • Kim Ritchie, NORS/COACH (Grenfell Ministries)
  • Audrey Siegl, Musqueam Nation
  • Joanne Cogdell, Naxos Neighbors
  • Adam Scholz, Naxos Neighbors
  • Tara Taylor, The MySafe Society
  • Oona Krieg, Brave
  • Eris Sassafras Nyx, DULF
  • Tracey Helton Mitchell, Author of The Big Fix
  • Pranav Padmanabhan, The SOAR Initiative
  • Rob Wetherington, Pathways to Housing PA
  • Geoff Capraro, Naloxbox
  • Kasey Claborn, TX COPE
  • Evan Hudson, Yia Yia’s Angels/Dubuque Harm Reduction
View all the presentations on YouTube.

SAVE THE DATE! 2023 Symposium

#THRS2023 will be happening on Thursday, May 11th, 2023, time TBA. Registration will open soon, and abstract submissions are currently open until March 31st 2023. You can find out more at our THRS page.

If you want to support the harm reduction community in developing technology to solve the overdose crisis, the Tech and Harm Reduction Symposium is a great place to start.

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