With replacement therapy now illegal, drug users in Russian-occupied Crimea and the self-proclaimed republics of the Donbas are finding it hard to survive.
Their service reaches the most disadvantaged group among people who use drugs. Meet the team who runs mobile harm reduction services in Warsaw.
If we encounter God through a sunrise seen from a mountaintop, why not through a mushroom prayerfully ingested?
Violence, severe nationalism, and associated traumas have broken an entire generation of young people.
They work like the middle class, and they take drugs like the middle class too.
How did the drug scene in the Czech Republic evolve over the last three decades?
What brings a Tribesman, an American and a Czech together? A psychedelic tea, of course.