HepConnect is proud to announce our first
round of Harm Reduction Coalition grantees
to support our work around harm reduction
& community education.

Meet the Harm Reduction Coalition Grantees

In order to select grantees, Harm Reduction Coalition put together a rigorous process to create a request for proposals. The process included five listening sessions across the region with community stakeholders, a session on theory of change and evaluation planning session to create the basis for proposal evaluations and a selection committee to review and score each submission. After the scores were submitted, the whole team gathered together to review all 120 submissions and narrowed it down to 44 organizations. The Harm Reduction Coalition is proud to announce these 44 grantees that represent a total of $5.3 million in local support across Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and North Carolina.

The $5.3 million funding represents a commitment to support community partnerships aiming to implement and expand evidence-based, practical strategies in the fight to address the sharp rise in hepatitis C infections. Grantee funding is broken out into two grant types: "provide" grants, which offer new or expanded harm reduction services for people who use drugs, and "educate" grants, which offer new strategies to engage and educate the community on harm reduction.

Choose a state below to see the grants we’ve funded: