Maryna Reshetnyak · April, 2009

Latest posts by Maryna Reshetnyak from April, 2009

Fight Continues Between Politicians and Harm Reduction Activists

  23 April 2009

A few weeks ago the City Council of Sebastopol, Ukraine, banned the implementation of methadone substitution therapy programs. During the last two weeks two other Ukrainian cities have discussed also banning these programs. In response, organizations advocating for the needs of those with drug addictions have produced a public awareness video.

Lena's Story: Climbing Up From The Bottom

  18 April 2009

The Drop-In Center's Web newsletter "Motilek" recently published a story of a young woman named Lena, who was released from a correctional facility a few months ago and is trying to break her drug habit and change her life.

Kazakhstan: Pilot Substitution Therapy Projects Launched

  7 April 2009

Ukrainian HIV/AIDS public awareness Web site “ZAPYTAY,” which was developed and is maintained by Rising Voices grantee Drop-In Center, has published an article about a pilot harm reduction project in Kazakhstan. The Kazakh Internet community has mixed feelings about implementing such substitution therapy programs in their country.