High Rockies Harm Reduction

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    Understanding the danger of fentanyl

    By Kayla Kaufman 
    Youth Correspondent

    Some people might assume the Roaring Fork Valley is immune to issues such as drug abuse. Unfortunately, that is not the reality.  Many in the Valley consume illicit substances and many of these substances are more andread more →

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    Scuttlebutt / Calendar - August 25, 2022

    CORRECTION: John Colson and Anne Sullivan’s farewell potluck is on Wednesday, August 31 at 6 p.m. in Sopris Park.

    Carbondale Arts leadership

    Carbondale Arts announced on Tuesday, Aug. 23 that Jamie Abbott has been hired as the organization’s next executive director. Abbott is described in the press release as “a… read more →

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    Syringe services and more, sans judgment

    Maggie Seldeen started High Rockies Harm Reduction (HRHR), not on a whim, not because she thought it would be edgy, but because there was a need. A need she’s observed, and felt the impact of, within our community. 

    Overcoming addiction is a convoluted path, with lotsread more →

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    HRHR advances its vision

    The rain could not keep High Rockies Harm Reduction (HRHR) Founder and Executive Director Maggie Seldeen, board members and volunteers from putting on the event. There was a silent auction with several items donated by local businesses, Seldeen led a Narcan training (Narcan is used to reverse an opioid overdose… read more →

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    Reducing harm with compassionate care

    How many of us have lost a loved one to addiction? The prevalence of drug overdoses, almost always unintentional, is a continuing tragedy in the Roaring Fork Valley. According to recent data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2020 saw a 42.4% increase in drug-related overdose deaths… read more →