Any Positive Change: PRIME+ Peer Program Continues

Call 541-709-8539 for Peer Dispatch 7 days per week.

The Malheur County Health Department PRIME+ Peer Program connects people to care, resources and services before and after an overdose, infection or other health issue related to substance use.

Walk-Ins are still welcome for syringe exchange during business hours at our clinic: 1108 SW 4th Street in Ontario.

Certified Recovery Mentors are available 7 days per week to help people who use drugs (or have a history of use) get Naloxone; connect with community resources; sign up for health insurance; get medical care, treatment and counseling; and get hepatitis C testing and treatment. SMART Recovery Meetings are no longer available in person during the Stay Home, Save Lives order, but are available on-line.

A lot of people are suffering right now and we want them to know that they are not alone. Our Peers have lived experience and want to help. Please refer those you know who need help for their substance use to call 541-709-8539.

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