Syringe Access Services

Never share needles. Prevent HIV and Hep C.

We will be reopening on Wednesday, May 20th

 We will be open Mondays & Wednesdays from 1pm-4pm   

We ask that you please help us slow the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a mask if you have one (if not, one will be provided) and by practicing good social distancing.

Our outreach team is also providing Syringe Access Services and COVID-19 information in Aurora and Adams County Wednesday through Friday. If you would like to exchange or if you need supplies, please email (link below) or  call 303.363.3077 and leave a message.                                                                

New Hours

Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 1pm-4pm


It Takes A Village, 1475 Lima Street, Aurora, 80010

For More Information

Call 303-363-3077 or email Syringe Access 

Safer Injection Supplies We Provide

  • Sterile Syringes
  • Sharps containers
  • ID card to protect participants from criminal paraphernalia charges
  • Condoms
  • Cookers
  • Water
  • Cottons
  • Alcohol Wipes
  • Antibacterial Ointment
  • Bandages
  • Ties
  • Fentanyl test strips

Services We Provide

  • Syringe Disposal at It Takes A Village (Monday-Thursday from 1pm-4pm) and during street outreach
  • Overdose prevention education and Naloxone kit distribution
  • Wound care education and wound care kits
  • Medicaid enrollment
  • Referrals to mental health and addiction services
  • HIV/Hepatitis C testing, counseling, and referrals to treatment if necessary

Additional Services

  • We offer Linkage to Care coordination services for those diagnosed with HIV or AIDS. Call 303-363-3018, extension 6 or email Linkage to Care
  • We offer free HIV/Hepatitis C testing out in the community at different locations. You can find our calendar with upcoming testing times and locations here
  1. Program Information
  2. What is Harm Reduction?
  3. Street Outreach Team

Our Syringe Access Services Program was created using a Harm Reduction approach to help people who inject drugs manage their health and prevent overdose, while stopping the transmission of HIV and Hepatitis C. 

We do this by providing people with a safe, legal, non-judgmental place to get free injection supplies and to safely dispose of used syringes. Our staff will educate and refer those in need to a variety of community and health services. We also dispense Naloxone and provide training on how to use it to prevent an opioid overdose.