Leading the City's efforts to reduce deaths from drug overdose and improve access to help.
The Substance Use Prevention and Harm Reduction (SUPHR) program oversees issues related to substance use in Philadelphia.
Our mission is to prevent drug-related deaths and the potential harms associated with drug use. We advance programs and policies that promote the dignity, autonomy, and health of people who use drugs.
We strive to create a city free of overdose, stigma, and other harms of the War on Drugs by:
SUPHR collects and analyzes data on overdose trends, hospitalizations, and drug treatment programs. Our interdisciplinary OD Stat team reviews selected overdose deaths to help prevent future fatalities. These efforts help to inform City policies and programs.
SUPHR also provides direct support, including:
123 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19109
Phone: (215) 683-0189
We offer free support for people who have lost a loved one due to substance use. We provide support groups, counseling, and other services.
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