Harm Reduction Matters in the Prevention

of HIV and Hep

G III Associates is guided by the Healthy People 2020.  We formulated and adapted these guiding principles for its harm reduction philosophy;

Accepts that illicit (and licit) drug use and high-risk sexual behavior are part of the community and we choose to work to minimize their harmful effects.

Recognizes that the realities of poverty, class, racism, social isolation, past trauma, gender, sexual orientation bias, and other social inequalities affect a persons capacity for effectively dealing with harmful situations and practices.

Will continue to educate on the realities of harm-causing behaviors and practices; recognizing that the type and nature of harm is ever changing and that only through real understanding can real solutions be discovered. We seek to establish policies that stress improvement to the quality of community life and the well being of its residents.

Affirms that substance abusers as well as persons engaging in high-risk sexual activity are the primary individuals that we need to reach for reducing the harm to themselves and the community.


G III Associates is available to coordinate panelists and speakers for events centered around harm reduction which can also include the facilitation of video for panel discussion



Westminster Presbyterian Church in SW Washington DC has an overture headed to the 222nd General Assembly (2016) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), June 18–25, in Portland, Oregon.

  HIV/AIDS Overture



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ADDRESS River Terrace, Washington DC 20019

PHONE (202) 838-7339

EMAIL George@GIIIAssociates.com

2016 Rodney Taylor Community Service Award
presented to George Kerr from Inner Light Ministries

In Memoriam Ron Daniels (1960–2016)

G III Associates is committed to advocating, educating and collaborating for social justice through harm reduction. 

Together we can build a healthier community.