Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute

Virtual Tour of Syringe Services Programs, March 29 (12-1pm PT)

Join us to take a virtual tour of syringe services programs in Washington State!

Two women standing at a table smiling inside an SSP. One woman's shirt reads HOPE.

Wednesday, March 29th 12-1pm PT

Curious what a syringe services program looks like and what they do? Here’s your chance to visit the SSPs in Tacoma, Centralia, and Walla Walla on a virtual tour of their mobile and indoor sites. Walk through SSP front doors and climb inside vans as our expert guides show us their spaces and answer questions about the services they provide. A fun and immersive way to explore the work of SSPs!

Also be sure to check out our new report, Overview and Perspectives of Syringe Services Programs in Washington State, written by Susan Kingston of the ADAI Center for Community-Engaged Drug Education, Epidemiology and Research (CEDEER), which describes how Washington State syringe services programs (SSPs) operate, the services they provide, the challenges they face, and their untapped potential.

This web event will not be recorded, and registration is required.

Register for the virtual tour here!