Drugstore is a social project for those who burn, but do not burn out.
It is based on Smart Pleasure concept. Our activities are aimed at preserving the health of young people who like the nightlife and experiments with club substances, practice chemsex, succumb to temptations and seek pleasure on the verge of risk.
Harm Reduction Programs include ensuring safety at raves, festivals and clubs. We want to reduce the risks of overdose and other negative consequences of recreational psychoactive substances using, to protect young people from sexual abuse under the influence of drugs, to stop the spread of HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases.
We emphasize that there are no safe drugs, there are rules which help reduce harm. WE DO NOT PROMOTE OF NARCOTICS USING.
In collaboration with NGO “TOCHKA OPORY”, we created the safety online space for consultations with FREE2ASK specialists. Here you can get anonymous advice from a psychologist, infectious disease doctor, and drug counselor. The consultations are free and anonymous.
Telegram bot is designed for reducing the risks of overdose and other negative consequences associated with the use of psychoactive substances. Here you can find information about the overdoses of different substances, symptoms and signs. The bot knows how to provide first aid to a person in such situation.
In collaboration with “School of Women’s Health”, leading Ukrainian gynecologists and “First Love Space” – popular sex shop, we created more than 50 videos about sexual health for our YouTube channel.
With the support of #SaveTheNight, a global initiative from Jägermeister, we launched the #SafeRaveDance Instagram flash mob. This is a dance demonstrating 5 safety rules to follow at parties during a pandemic: wearing a mask; washing your hands; using your own pipe, not the cache; drinking only your shot and always reloading the cartridge in sex.
We want to make the Ukrainian drug policy more civilized and humane, therefore we have initiate a Study at the Institute of Psychoactive Substances at Alliance for Public Health. Participants – 8000 respondents from different regions of Ukraine. The information obtained will help in the design of prevention and communication campaigns and the formation of safer behaviors.