This movement doesn’t move itself.
Volunteer. Donate. Sign on to support Supervised Use Sites. Talk with your local businesses about their struggle as a bathroom monitor. Find us on social media.
Overdose deaths are preventable and we as concerned community members can do something about it.
Community members, businesses, and organizations are committed to supporting evidence-based interventions that prevent disease and death in our community. We look forward to having you as part of a growing and diverse coalition of stakeholders engaging in dialogue towards a comprehensive plan for the public safety of our community.
Denver made a first step in November 2018 when City Council approved an ordinance that still requires Colorado legislation. We need to take steps to authorize and establish supervised use sites as a public health intervention to reduce overdose deaths, HIV and viral hepatitis transmission, increase public safety, while promoting access to drug dependency treatment and other supportive care.
We can do this together.
Join us in our efforts.