Needle and Syringe Program
The Salvation Army is the provider of the Tasmanian Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) in the North.
Primary NSPs provide a wide range of injecting equipment to injecting drug users, they also:
– provide health information and education.
– make referrals.
– liaise with local agencies such as police, local government, health, drug treatment and welfare agencies.
– distribute sharps disposal containers, alcohol swabs, pill filters, and sterile water for injection.
– provide services for the appropriate disposal of used injecting equipment.
Mon-Fri 8:30am – 3pm
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