In every culture all around the world, drugs are used for various reasons meant to them, but which of them are currently the most popular drugs? What are the trends? What effects do they have? how are they used? And what risks do they pose? OHCI can give honest information about drugs use. OHCI will tell you that drugs is not good for consumption because, it lead to so many complications to health. It is of no use to consume what will kill you. Our own method of harm reduction is by continual observation of drugs addicts through constant visitation by the recommendation of professional in medical fields. There are combination of two process, teaching and counseling. We see harm reduction as a way to approach drug user with an open mind and tolerant, respect and constructive attitude, through passion, love and care, we open up to see how best his condition get better.

OHCI agreed that there has never been a drug free society, there are ways that policies can be made and implemented which reduce negative and destructive consequences associate with drug use. Harm reduction practices and policies as medicalization of drugs, decriminalization and compassionate response to addiction. Partnership with faith community have been proven effective.

OHCI recommend to adopt more effective ways to address current drug problems including spending more in public education and creating compassionate treatment that is affordable for those individuals who suffers from challenges of drug addiction. In many countries access to opioid substitutes such as methadone and buprechorphine is difficult and may not be possible. But opioid substitution therapy is a proven effective element of the harm reduction package. It greatly reduces or eliminates the need to inject, bringing down the risk of contracting HIV and Hepatitis. Besides, for many, it brings stability and enhances their quality of life. On the other hand, the expectation of methadone are often high. Are these expectations always easy? It will help build up a new life.