Needle and syringe program mobile app campaign

This campaign is to promote ACE, the needle and syringe program mobile app, and encourage users to download it.

Needle and syringe programs (NSPs) provide sterile needles and syringes to people who inject drugs (PWID). This helps prevent people who inject drugs from getting blood-borne viruses such as HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C and hepatitis B.

The ACE app:

  • promotes greater awareness of NSPs in WA to people who need these services
  • provides quick and easy access to an interactive map of NSP locations.

NSPs are a harm reduction strategy and seek to minimise related harms to individuals and the general community.

To download the ACE app visit (external site).

For more information about the needle and syringe program visit HealthyWA (external site).

  • Raise awareness of the new NSP app to healthcare/social service providers
  • Raise awareness of the new NSP app to consumers
  • Increase downloads of the app
Key messages
  • The NSP app is an easy and accurate source of health information including an interactive map of NSP locations.
  • The NSP app is free to download.
  • The NSP app does not collect personal data.
Target audience
  • People who inject drugs, state wide (men and women, aged 16–50 years)
  • Health and social service providers

Burst 1: February–March 2022

Burst 2: April–May 2022

Campaign materials

You are encouraged to download and share these materials to help us reach our target audience and achieve our campaign objectives.

Please let us know how you are using these materials. Thanks for your support.

Social media

Social media tile general (JPEG 226kb)  Social media tile bodybuilder (JPEG 343kb)
ACE app social media tile
ACE app social media tile

Social media stories general (MP4 11.4MB)    Social media stories bodybuilder  (MP4 21MB)

NSP app social media story - general  NSP app social media story - bodybuilder


Get the free ACE app A3 poster (PDF 1.2MB)

ACE app poster thumbnail

Contact us

The campaign is coordinated by the Sexual Health Blood-borne Virus Program (SHBBVP) program team in conjunction with the Communications Directorate.

Contact us if you need further information or materials in alternative formats.


Last reviewed: 19-01-2021
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