Kim Powers, the founder and Executive Director of Access HOPE, a mobile outreach Harm Reduction on Cape Cod. Providing Free and Confidential Syringe Access, Narcan ( Nasal & I.M.), Drug Checkig and Supervised Overdose Prevention
Access HOPE is a Registered 501C3
All Donations Are Tax Deductible
What We Do
Access HOPE vigorously advocates for social justice and strives to address adverse outcomes among people who use drugs or engage in sex work by providing the resources, tools, and support they need to enhance the quality of their life. We seek to combat stigma and invite people who use drugs to participate meaningfully in society, instead of pushing us to the margin.
We are a team of 5, not including our volunteer NP and Same Day Suboxone Provider. We focus on different areas of the Cape, repeating the same schedule weekly
Mondays: Provincetown, Wellfleet, Truro
Tuesday: Falmouth, Mashpee, Sandwich
Wednesdays: Eastham, Orleans, Harwich, Dennis
Thursday; Yarmouth, Hyannis
As an organization we share power and minimize the expected one-way relationship of traditional social service settings. We are here to dismantle the structures that keep people who use drugs marginalized, using the power we as individuals already have. Our power comes from people who use drugs rites we deserve to be heard and Access HOPE will advocate and facilitate those conversations
Access HOPE'S Vision
We believe there will be an end to drug war. A regulated drug supply, a shift in the archaic beliefs about drug use. Our Hope is that stigma against people who use drugs will shift with education and our voices. We imagine a world where people who use drugs — have all the resources needed that every other person is allowed.