Your Health is Our Priority



All illicit drug users are peers.

However, all illicit drug users are not treated the same.

People who inject are not treated the same as people who smoke or snort.

The dance scene is very different to the street scene.

Injecting users face a much higher level of harm and discrimination than non injectors.

When it comes down to being a peer  these differences are very important.

Our organisation is run by and for people who use or have used drugs. You will find no discrimination or judgement here, just a friendly face, a welcoming smile and someone who really understands what you’re going through and can point you in the right direction to be safe and healthy.

Do you want to become a Peer Educator and help save lives within your community? Maybe you want some safer injecting tips or advice on the latest drug alerts. Or you could be looking to hook up with the new Hep C treatments. Whatever it is we are here to help, and if we can’t help you we will refer you to someone who can.


Needle Syringe Exchange Program - (NSEP)
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One-for-one needle exchange

Free Health Clinic
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Free STI and BBV testing
Free Hep C treatment
Wound Care

Outreach Delivery
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(click to view Postal Service)
If you can’t make it into our NSEP, or live in a regional or remote area, we may be able to arrange home delivery via outreach or postal service.


What's on at Peer Based Harm Reduction WA and around the community events.

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Become a Peer Based Harm Reduction WA Volunteer

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