Our syringe service mobile unit in Greenville serves people who inject drugs by providing safe using supplies, safe sex supplies, overdose prevention tools, HIV and Hep C testing, and referral to healthcare/treatment. No questions asked, no personal info needed! Please visit our Facebook page or text the number below for live updates, as sometimes there may be changes to the schedule due to holidays, staff shortages, supply chain issues, etc.
6104 White Horse Rd, Greenville, SC 29611 (behind Title Max)
Piney Mountain Park, 501 Worley Rd, Greenville, SC 29609 (across from Aldi)
4297 Augusta Rd, Greenville, SC 29605 (in front of the prayer wall), next to the Armstrong Inn and Suites.
The PRISMA mobile unit has partnered with us on Fridays from 3-5, offering free Hep C treatment and free Suboxone treatment. Your participation with them is completely voluntary and not necessary at all to receive harm reduction services.
We currently share our office with "Carolina Wellness and Recovery of Powdersville". Visit https://www.powdersvillerecovery.com for more info on Medication-Assisted Treatment or Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) with buprenorphine and Suboxone in the Greenville area.
Fyrebird Recovery is now providing syringe services and so much more in the Horry County/Myrtle Beach area. Visit their website below for more information on their services.
SCHRC is a statewide advocacy group that seeks to improve and expand the way in which we approach drug use in South Carolina. Learn more about their efforts below.
SSPs deliver short- and long-term value to people’s lives as well as to public health, communities, first responders, and public budgets. Numerous states have authorized SSP operations in various ways, but there is more work to be done. In many states, SSPs are alive and well; in others, they operate in a legal gray area. And some states still have not authorized SSPs to provide these life-saving services and tools.
Join our director Marc Burrows and others for an online discussion about the current status and potential future of syringe services programs in red states.