Appointments / results: 612-543-5555

Harm reduction

Red Door clinic offers harm reduction services including syringes and disposal, narcan, and medications to treat opioid use disorder (MOUD). 

Syringe services

Sharing needles and works such as cookers and cottons can transmit infections, such as Hepatitis C and HIV. Red Door offers needles and works at no cost to you so you can use fresh supplies every time.

You can drop off used needles and get new needles and works (cookers, cottons, ties, and alcohol preps) during regular clinic hours.

Tell the receptionist or any Red Door staff that you'd like to drop-off or exchange needles.

Bring used needles in a puncture-proof plastic bottle with a screw-on cap, such as a soda or laundry detergent bottle.

Stop an overdose with Narcan

Narcan (Naloxone) is a medication used to stop heroin or other opiate (e.g., Percocet, oxycontin) overdose. Anyone can get Narcan without a prescription at Red Door for themselves, friends or family members.

Ask the receptionist or any Red Door staff for Narcan. We’ll ask you a few questions but will not report names or addresses to anyone.

Suboxone and MOUD

Suboxone is a medication to treat opioid use disorder. If you use opiates (fentanyl, heroin, Percocet, oxycodone) and are hoping to stop, pause, or manage your use, we are here to talk about how you can safely do that with Suboxone and other medications. 


We are a harm reduction program and aim to meet people’s needs when they are ready.


Call or text our program at 612-715-0499.


Walk-in or schedule an appointment Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Other services

  • Wound care
  • Foot care
  • Syringe services
  • HIV and STI testing
  • Hep C testing
  • HIV prevention (PrEP and nPEP)
  • Pregnancy prevention and testing
  • Treatment referrals
  • Vaccines
  • Insurance help