The Works Program is a free, legal, and anonymous harm reduction program for people who use drugs and their friends and family in Boulder County.
Works Program Goals & Services
The primary goal of the Works Program is to enable people who use drugs to reduce their risk of disease and overdose death, and increase access to referrals and linkage to supportive services including HIV and hepatitis C testing and treatment, hepatitis A and B immunizations, substance use recovery and mental health resources, etc.
The mission is to provide services in a safe, non-judgmental setting that welcomes, affirms, and accepts everyone regardless of their current drug use practices. The program provides services within the context of harm reduction principles and guidelines, as outlined by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).
We provide harm reduction supplies (sterile supplies for injecting, smoking, snorting drugs, and overdose prevention materials), education, and resources to people who use drugs in Boulder County.