Use Drugs? Watch This
Our Needle and Syringe Programs (NSPs) offer a range of free and confidential services, including access to safe injecting equipment, testing and treatment for Hep C, education and support around substance use, overdose, safe injecting practices, blood-borne viruses and sexual health. We also provide access to Naloxone. Naloxone is a medication that anyone can use to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
Living with drugs
This information covers a variety of topics that can help people reduce the harms associated with alcohol and drug use and assist them to make positive changes. If you or someone you know would like to learn more or need support for alcohol and drug use, then this information is for you.
There are lots of ways to get involved and support QuIHN. Some of these include joining one of our staff teams, becoming a volunteer in one of our regions, undertaking a student placement with us, becoming a consumer representative, or donating or making a bequest.
We are founded by the communities for which we exist & serve
QuIHN arose from a community mobilising response to HIV and later Hepatitis C. Our primary founding body QuIVAA Inc still exists as the Peak Peer Body, representing the interests of people who use drugs in Queensland.
QuIVAA Inc is active in the governance of QuIHN, and together we work from a peer-led approach and within a harm minimisation framework with a particular focus on harm reduction.
Tracks - Illicit Drug Users Magazine
Tracks is a magazine that is published twice a year. It features art, poems, articles and stories submitted by people with a lived and living experience of drug use. You’ll also find ham reduction information and community news. Pick up the latest edition of tracks at your nearest QuIHN or read the featured article online.