Jackson County Syringe Exchange Program

Jackson County Syringe Exchange

The Jackson County Syringe Exchange Program (SEP) is part of a comprehensive public health approach, that is evidence-based, to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, and other bloodborne pathogens among injection drugs users, their families, and the larger community. Services Include: - services are anonymous - exchange used points for new points, 1 for 1 exchange - safe injection supplies - wound care supplies - safer sex supplies - risk reduction counseling - referrals to medical care, HIV and STD testing and treatment, naloxone, mental health, alcohol and drug treatment, and medication assisted treatment - naloxone kits are provided twice a month through HIV Alliance - fentanyl test strips Oregon’s Good Samaritan Overdose Law If someone is overdosing in Oregon and you seek medical help, neither of you can be arrested or prosecuted for: 1. Possessing drugs or drug paraphernalia 2. Being in a place where drugs are used 3. Violating probation or parole because of #1 or #2 4. Outstanding warrants related to #1 or #2

  • Community Trainings/Education
  • Fentanyl Test Strips/Education
  • Hepatitis testing/Education
  • HIV testing/Education
  • MAT Education/Referrals
  • Naloxone Distribution/Overdose Ed.
  • STI Testing   Treatment
  • Syringe Services
  • Wound Care Services

140 South HollySt
Room #1005
Medford, OR 97501 US


Monday: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Thursday: Closed

Friday: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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