Missouri Safe Project

Missouri Safe Project


Missouri Safe (Syringe Access for Everyone) Project is part of a robust strategy to end IV-related HIV and HCV infections, stigma and overdose deaths in Missouri. Syringe services programs (SSPs) reduce the risk of infectious diseases among people who inject drugs (PWID) by providing sterile syringes and a broad range of other health and prevention services. These include linkage to substance abuse treatment services, physical and mental health care, HIV pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis, and overdose-reversing medication. Despite endorsements by leading public health organizations, misconceptions about SSPs persist.

  • Hepatitis testing/Education
  • MAT Education/Referrals
  • Naloxone Distribution/Overdose Ed.
  • Syringe Services

4022 South Broadway Street
St. Louis, MO 63118 US


Monday: 10am to 4pm

Tuesday: 10am to 4pm

Wednesday: 10am to 4pm

Thursday: 10am to 4pm

Friday: 10am to 4pm

Saturday: 12pm to 4pm

Sunday: 2pm to 3pm

(314) 610-0999
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