Improving Access to Oregon Syringe Exchange Heath Information

HIV Alliance proposes to implement a new system of digital data collection, management, and dissemination for our syringe exchange program, which serves a diverse population of people who inject drugs (PWID) across seven Oregon Counties (Lane, Douglas, Marion, Josephine, Coos, and Curry). Ultimately, this project will increase access to accurate syringe exchange health information and data dissemination, internally and externally, leading to enhanced transparency and collaboration and will help strengthen our capacity to provide essential infection and overdose prevention services.


Lead Organization: HIV Alliance


Age Group: Adults (19-64 yrs.)
Geographic Type: Rural, Suburban, Urban
Issues & Interests: Behavioral/Social Determinants of Health, HIV/AIDS, Opioids
Race & Ethnicity: American Indians, Blacks/African Americans, Hispanics/Latin Americans
Roles of Participants Project is Intended to Serve: Organization Staff - Community Based

Award Details

Funding Source: Region 5
Project Category: Outreach
Period of Performance: Nov 8, 2021 - Apr 30, 2022
Project Status: Completed

Project Funding