The Iowa Harm Reduction Coalition works to improve health equity in Iowa communities through mobile outreach, education, and advocacy.

To reduce the harms associated with drug use and promote health equity through compassionate, nonjudgmental community services, education, and advocacy.

Iowans who are impacted by drug use are empowered to care for themselves and one another. Health inequities experienced by people who use drugs are eliminated. Health professions students are trained to practice harm reduction and meet people where they are, outside of the clinic walls. Community members and care providers view addiction as an illness and treat people who use drugs with dignity, without stigma or judgement.

Call or text the IHRC Hotline for supplies, services, support & program information

Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, & Eastern Iowa:
(319) 214-0540

Des Moines & Central Iowa:
(515) 957-1252

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Find us in Iowa City & Cedar Rapids:

Saturday Afternoons – Outreach & Deliveries in Iowa City
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM, Salvation Army Parking Lot

Sunday Evenings – Outreach & Deliveries in Cedar Rapids
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, First Presbyterian Church Parking Lot

Donating = love

Your donations go directly towards supporting supplies and services that are difficult to find and access for Iowans. All donations are tax deductible.