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Episode 06: Crystal Meth in the Gay Community

This week’s episode is an important conversation with social worker and head of Housingworks' Re-Charge program, Kristopher Thorpe. In this episode, Crystal Meth is the subject of conversation. We're talking about the rising numbers of gay/queer people who are using the drug with negative outcomes and how we can slow this health epidemic.


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For our #ActionSteps in this episode: 

  1. Support Harm Reduction efforts in your community.

  2. Remove the stigma. Ask your friends and loved ones about their experience, knowledge, and history with Crystal Meth.

  3. Support LGBTQIA organizations; these orgs are most likely to be dealing with this epidemic first and most often. Your support will go a long way to ensure they're ready and able to do good work when the time comes.

  4. Support/Donate to Housingworks and/or Ballroom, We Care. Two amazing organizations doing work with folx who need support around Crystal Meth use.


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