How we can help
The needle and syringe exchange scheme at Project 6 is a free and confidential service that provides injecting drug users free access to sterile needles, syringes and other equipment as well as safe disposal facilities.
The aim of our needle exchange service is to reduce the rates of equipment sharing amongst injecting drug users thereby preventing the risks of infection and drug-related harm amongst individuals and their communities.
We provide services for people who inject heroin, crack or amphetamine and also for those who use or are about to start using image and performance enhancing drugs such as steroids, human growth hormone and melanotan.
We provide information and advice on these substances and we can ensure that you get the right equipment and the best safer injecting advice. We can also advise on safer alternatives to injecting heroin. Additionally, naloxone kits are available which reverse the effects of overdose.
Who this service is for
This service is for you if you are:
- wanting to reduce your harms when injecting drugs
- living in the Bradford district
6 Temple St, Keighley, BD21 2AD
Needle Exchange opening times
Monday 10:00-12:30 and 13.00-16.30
Friday 10.00-12.30 and 13:00-16:30
The Needle Exchange is part of our New Directions project which is funded by Bradford Metropolitan District Council and delivered in partnership with CGL and The Bridge