Syringe Access and Exchange

The North American Needle Exchange Network (NASEN) is a directory and map of syringe service programs in North America.

Domestic Violence

Sarah’s Inn provides free advocacy, consultation, education, and counseling services for survivors of domestic violence, and the YWCA offers shelter and long-term housing.

Overdose Prevention Training Videos

The Chicago Recovery Alliance (CRA) is a hub of resources for PWUD and people affected by drug-related stigma. Their training videos, Preventing Empty Spaces/Prevencion de Espacios Vacios, demonstrates how to use injectable naloxone to reverse an opioid overdose. Additionally, learn how to use narcan nasal spray by watching this training video

Narcan Training Video

Food Pantries

The Greater Chicago Food Depository can help you locate a food pantry near you and enroll for food and health benefits.

Sexual Violence

Mujeres Latinas en Acción is the longest standing Latina-led organization in the nation and provides community and healing for survivors of sexual assault or violence. Resilience provides therapy, advocacy, and education to survivors.

Medication Assisted Recovery

Visit the Chicago Department of Public Health website for information about opioids, opioid overdose, overdose prevention, Naloxone, medication assisted treatment, and more resources.


For folks experiencing housing instability or homelessness, All Chicago can help you get enrolled in a housing program, find warming or cooling centers, or find a shelter.

Reentry Services​

If you’re being released from incarceration, Illinois Legal Aid can help you find resources such as housing, jobs, and other services.

Legal Support

CARPLS (Coordinated Advice & Referral Program for Legal Services) and Legal Aid Chicago help Cook County residents find solutions to common legal matters by providing free legal services.

Mobile Shower Unit Toolkit

LavaMae Connect is a global organization dedicated to bringing mobile showers and other care services to the street. Their toolkit has been instrumental in helping us bring Shower Connect to life. Interested in learning more about how we got Shower Connect up and running? Check out the toolkit from LavaMae for information and inspiration.

Resource FAQ

PRP is a Latina-led harm reduction outreach organization dedicated to reducing fatal overdose in the Chicago community. We serve the community with dignity and respect with a goal of reducing harm among people who use drugs (PWUD).  

Our primary purpose is to provide supplies that reduce harm and prevent fatal overdose. We distribute harm reduction supplies including syringes access, injection alternative kits, safer sex supplies, hygiene items, food, water, winter gear, and other crucial items. 


We provide services at various locations on the West and South sides of Chicago. Our sites vary by need, but we are currently servicing folks on the West and South sides in Humboldt Park, Back of the Yards, Little Village, and North Lawndale. Our current operation is weekly outreach every Friday night beginning around 6 pm. When the warmer season begins, we will transition to mobile shower outreach Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week – exact hours TBD!  

Please contact us using the contact form.

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