The User-Dealer: Those Forgotten by Harm Reduction

Individuals who engage in both the use and selling of illicit narcotics are an often overlooked group in the harm reduction narrative.

The following paper highlights findings of a study of Parisian cocaine dealers, outlining the routes into and out of using-dealing, the particular risks faced by this population, and the need for health and criminal justice agencies to better understand and address these issues.

It was originally published in Suchtmagazin.