Harm Reduction international currently headquartered in London, the capital of UK, since established as an International Non-Government Organization at the 7th International Harm Reduction Convention that was held at Hobart, the Tasmanian capital city, located in south-side of Australia in 1996. Harm Reduction international extends its working area to conducting comprehensive research and analysis in public health, and works related human rights, and more than 8,000 people in the world joins and work in it.
Based on the United States, it carries out education, solidarity, policy analysis, providing information, public relations related drug, Hepatitis C Virus, HIV, addiction and isolation. It provides capacity building training, counseling and technical support for community-based organizations through the Training & Capacity Building Institute.
A civic groups established in the United States in 1987, the alliance has been actively proceeding actions to oppose the bill related drug addiction. Its activities focus on improving policy and regulations against marijuana and drug users.
It is a networking platform designed to facilitate ideas among healthcare policy working group, policy makers, academia, and consumers in Asia-Pacific Region. Dialogue-driven, the forum opens arena for the participants to develop best ways to reduce harms in the context of science, public health, regulation, and sociology.
As an U.S. based non-profit organization whose main activities include supporting those who want to reduce or eliminate "soft" drug-related harms such as Alcohol, Marijuana, nicotine and caffeine, takes charge of operating support and solidarity activities and Live meeting through online with The HARMS Forum, The HAMS Facebook Group, The HAMS Chat Group, the HAMS Email Support Group.