he Policy Program at AHRC is designed with a focus on mass education, voter registration, legislative advocacy, advocacy leadership, and legal aid to enhance the lives of our community members. With a goal to increase harm reduction awareness, AHRC provides education on syringe services, overdose prevention, decriminalization, criminal justice reform, and removal of stigma messaging to political leaders, communities, organizations, and universities.
This program works closely with officials, law enforcement, students, and entities in promoting collaborations and legislative changes in the state of Georgia that will protect the rights of AHRC’s target populations. Additionally, AHRC focuses on increasing voter’s registeration, introducing bills and resolutions, and enhancing local and state coalition building. Finally, AHRC provides free and confidential legal aid assistance including but not limited to education on individual rights, assistance with expungement and hearings, and linkage to legal assistance including diversion programs to community members.
AHRC’s Policy Hours (Located at the Administrative Office):
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: 10-5
Do you need assistant with legal aid, thinking about hosting a harm reduction education or voter’s registeration event at your place, or like to join us at our annual harm reduction day at the Capitol?
Call us at 404-817-9994 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment or learn more information. Walk-ins are welcome.