Join the NNEF

Join the NNEF

It's FREE to become a member of the National Needle Exchange Forum.

Members get free entry to any of our training events or conference style meetings. These meetings are focused around the current most important aspects of harm reduction and provision of injecting equipment.

Members also get semi regular updates via email informing them of the ongoing work of the NNEF, important news about developments in the field and early notice of future events.

All NNEF members are eligible to vote during the AGM (we tend to attach the AGMs onto our other events to make it easier for members to attend). Members can also be nominated to places on the Planning Group and Executive Positions.

We welcome members coming from any aspect of work with people who inject drugs (PWID), we also welcome PWID themselves to become members as their lives are directly impacted by the work of needle and syringe programmes.

Updating your details

If you are already an NNEF member but you just want to change your details please follow these steps:

  • Change of email address. Just enter your new email address into the form with your name details, our system will detect that the old address is no longer in use and remove it from the system
  • Changing other details (eg name) just enter your email address, if it's already on the system you will see a link to update your account, click this and then check your email for more updating details.have changed details 

 

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Latest Harm Reduction News

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    The police force is set to become the first in England to implement an approach pioneered in Switzerland and credited with achieving positive results in a number of European countries but unlikely to attract much domestic political support.

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