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Introducing Rise On:
a new application for
harm reduction and support.

At Rise On, we offer free, anonymous and confidential support to help you on your journey, no matter where you are. When you need us, we will be there. Our mission is to provide direct access, referrals, and supplies to community members experiencing marginalization and stigmatization in MetroWest.

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For Individuals
Free, Anonymous
Support, When You
Need It

However you prefer to connect, we are here. With one
click, you can chat with our team all while
staying anonymous –totally free of charge. Our team is standing
by to help you however you need it.

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For Providers
Direct access to community
members seeking services.

At Rise On, we are providing direct access to harm reduction services to those in the community who have been historically underserved. As a provider, it has never been easier to connect directly to those seeking services.

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What We Do
Lifting up our communities
through innovative access to care.

Whether through our mobile phone application or our community health van, we are rethinking
the model of harm reduction support in our communities. We look to provide:

A Community
of Support

We are building an inclusive
community of support that includes
partnerships with towns throughout
MetroWest and local providers.

Innovative, Direct
Access to Care

Change can be difficult.
We strive to be easy to access,
available, and break the mold of
existing access points.


We provide care that is focused on building an understanding of folks’ needs & harm reduction. We promote healthier options, not judgment.

Who We Are

Rise On is a service of Program RISE of JRI Health, serving the MetroWest area.
Our services reach people who have co-occurring mental health and substance use concerns,
a history of incarceration, communities of color, sex workers, LGBTQ+ people, and people who use opioids—particularly
those who have experienced a non-fatal overdose—and those experiencing or at risk of being unhoused.

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