Opportunities to learn and barriers to change: crack cocaine use in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver

@article{Boyd2008OpportunitiesTL,
  title={Opportunities to learn and barriers to change: crack cocaine use in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver},
  author={Susan C Boyd and Joy L. Johnson and Barbara M Moffat},
  journal={Harm Reduction Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={5},
  pages={34 - 34}
}
In 2004, a team comprised of researchers and service providers launched the Safer Crack Use, Outreach, Research and Education (SCORE) project in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The project was aimed at developing a better understanding of the harms associated with crack cocaine smoking and determining the feasibility of introducing specific harm reduction strategies. Specifically, in partnership with the community, we constructed and distributed kits that contained… CONTINUE READING

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