Access to harm reduction services are often limited in rural areas. Secondary distribution is a potentially promising strategy for rural areas that involves people sharing harm reduction supplies such as naloxone or fentanyl test strips with other people who use drugs that do not come into contact with harm reduction service providers. This project aims to examine drug use and use of harm reduction services among people in rural communities, as well as highlight factors that make people more or less likely to use secondary distribution approaches.

For further information about PROMOTE and its recruitment process, please contact Brandon Corpus at