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Harm Reduction 101 - TRIP! Project

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This presentation was created in collaboration with Youth RISE (with special thanks to Murtaza Mageed, Afghanistan) for the 2011 Spring TRIP! training. It includes information on harm reduction and …

This presentation was created in collaboration with Youth RISE (with special thanks to Murtaza Mageed, Afghanistan) for the 2011 Spring TRIP! training. It includes information on harm reduction and drug use, as applied to the rave scene. The presentation also should include a safer consumption demonstration, as well as Forum Theatre activities performed in groups in order to stimulate outreach settings and critical dialog among volunteers.

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  • Mike will ask everyone what is a drug?
  • Mike will ask everyone what is a drug?
  • Mike will pull out some examples of drugs…
  • Mike will pull out some examples of drugs…
  • Mike will pull out some examples of drugs…
  • Lisa will explain continuum and how TRIP! youth define their drug useWhat’s wrong with this continuum? Talk about the arrows, and how addiction is not black and white or linearMike will describe CAGE
  • Substitution, Overdose Prevention, Naloxone, Ibogaine, Safer Use, Psychedelic Emergencies
  • Scenario description here
  • Salient features of scenario from Lisa’s PoVInvite participation from audience in talking about possible approaches
  • Invite participation from audience in talking about possible approaches
  • Invite participation from audience in talking about possible approaches
  • Invite participation from audience in talking about possible approaches