Access HOPE

Access HOPE is a Registered 501C3

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Access HOPE is a Nonprofit, Community Based Harm Reduction Program Dedicated to the Empowerment of People Who Use Drugs. By Promoting Evidence Based Practiced We Shift Resources and promote Power to Those Most Affected by a contaminated Drug Supply, Oppressive Drug Policies And an Inadequate Health Care System. The Harm Reduction Movement Was Born During the Early Years of the AID Epidemic: at that time our mission was to stem the aquisition and transmission of HIV through Sterile Syringes and Harm Reduction Education. 

We are People Who Use Drugs Helping People Who Use Drugs Stay Alive. 


               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 

Fridays; Flexible 

Confidential & Free Services we Offer

Syringe Access & Retrieval

Harm Reduction Supplies

Narcan Education & Distribution

Wounnd Care

Drug Checking with StreetCheck

Supervised Overdose Prevention

Supported Referrals

HIV 4th Generation Rapid Testing & Peer Support 

QickStart MOUD through Boulder

Systemic Change 

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.

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Reducing harm, promoting health, creating wellness, and fighting stigma in Hawai'i and the Pacific.

We serve communities by reducing the harm and fighting the stigma of HIV, hepatitis, homelessness, substance use, mental illness, and poverty. We focus our efforts on those disproportionately affected by social determinants of health, including but not limited to: people living with and/or affected by HIV, hepatitis, substance use, and the transgender, LGBQ and the Native Hawaiian communities. We foster health, wellness, and systemic change through care services, advocacy, training, prevention, education, and capacity building.


Harm reduction: A non-judgmental approach to public health that meets people where they are and celebrates positive change, with the goal of minimizing the harms of actions that pose adverse social and health outcomes.

Respect: To honor the dignity of others by recognizing difference and fostering peaceful coexistence.

Advocacy: An uncompromising dedication to eliminating the stigmas and systemic injustices impacting the communities we serve and represent.

Quality care: Individualized health care and social services that demonstrate best practices and improve desired health outcomes. In order to achieve this, services must be evidence-based, safe, effective, timely, efficient, equitable, and people-centered.

Compassion: The motivation to alleviate suffering from a place of empathy, kindness, and receptiveness to the lived experience of others.

​Integrity: Commitment to building relationships founded in honesty, trust, accountability, and transparency.