Injection Drug Use
People Who Inject Drugs
Anyone who has a history of injection drug use, even if it was only once years ago, may be at risk for hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, and other diseases.
The Snohomish Health District offers a number of free services to help people who inject drugs (PWID) and their friends and families, including:
- Education and testing for hepatitis C (HCV)
- Harm reduction education
- Targeted counseling
- Overdose prevention information and resources
AIDS Outreach/Syringe Exchange
The AIDS Outreach Project/Snohomish County Syringe Exchange is a free 1-to-1 needle exchange program to help stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C. Here you can anonymously exchange used needles for clean ones. You will receive one clean needle for each used needle turned in.
Snohomish Health District's Viral Hepatitis Outreach program staff often participate in the syringe exchange to offer the following services:
- Free hepatitis C testing and hepatitis A and B vaccinations for those who qualify
- Other harm reduction supplies and advice, such as free condoms, resource referrals, and information
Contact the AIDS Outreach Project/Snohomish County Syringe Exchange at 425-258-2977 for more information.
AIDS OutreachProject/Snohomish County Syringe Exchange
1625 E Marine View Drive
Everett, WA 98201
- Monday: Check Facebook or call message number for available hours
- Tuesday: Noon until 3 p.m. for Smokey Point / Arlington areas Call for delivery
3 to 6 p.m. Tulalip, please call for delivery
- Wednesday: Check FB or call message number for available hours
- Thursday: 2 until 7:15 p.m. at the Drop-in Clinic at the office
Cheri and Matt: 425-514-9316
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