Strengthen support for harm reduction messages, prinicples, and practices that uphold the divinity and dignity of people who use drugs and which strengthen spiritual resources, health, and well-being for communities affected by the opioid crisis.



*Build a network of faith leaders advancing responses to the opioid crisis that are rooted in compassion, dignity, and justice.

*Advocate for a spiritual and theological approach to address the opioid crisis and the harms of racialized drug policy.

*Support public policies that expand harm reduction and other community led, evidence-based education, prevention, and treatment opportunities for people at risk of opioid overdose.

*Challenge the root causes that increase vulnerability to drug related harm.

*Encourage a healing movement for people who use drugs and have a history of drug use and their loved ones.




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