The follow-up Street Health Report was conducted and released providing an education and advocacy tool.
While a recognized approach today, Street Health was among the first to promote Harm Reduction for working with people who use illicit drugs. (Harm Reduction are the policies, programs and practices which reduce the negative health, social and economic consequences that may result from the use of both legal and illegal drugs, without necessarily reducing drug use.)
The cornerstones of Harm Reduction are public health, human rights, and social justice. Harm Reduction services have expanded and include, drop-in services, kit making, outreach, peer support.