The Daily is a student run newspaper at the University of Washington. They recently released an issue focusing on homelessness and they wrote an article on our HaRT-A study.
HaRRT Center Codirector, Susan Collins, PhD, wrote this research-based op-ed for STAT about her pathway to embracing a harm-reduction approach versus sobriety-only approach to substance use—in her life and in her work.
Harm Reduction for Substance Use: Meeting Clients Where They’re At, April 5, 2019, 9:00am – 5:00pm, HMC PSB 2097
Just published this week! Our Harm Reduction Treatment for Alcohol (HaRT-A) study is the first randomized controlled trial of a harm-reduction treatment for alcohol use disorder. Spoiler alert: Harm reduction works!
Kind & Co events are hosting a socially conscious holiday party on 12/12 and the HaRRT Center is this year’s lucky beneficiary!
At the end of last month, we wrapped up our year-long evaluation of Seattle’s Navigation Center! A vital part of the project was the formation of an Evaluation Advisory Board (EAB), which was comprised of many Nav Center stakeholders including Nav Center guests, staff, and management.