Supporting Harm Reduction through Peer Support (SHARPS): Testing the feasibility and acceptability of a peer-delivered, relational intervention for people with problem substance use who are homeless, to improve health outcomes, quality of life and social functioning and reduce harms: Study protocol

Tessa Parkes*, Catriona Matheson, Hannah Carver, John Budd, Dave Liddell, Jason Wallace, Bernie Pauly, Maria Fotopoulou, Adam Burley, Isobel Anderson, Graeme MacLennan, Rebecca Foster

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