Haven Wheelock has been advocating for the health and safety of people who use drugs since 2002. Currently she is the Drug Users Health Services Program Coordinator at Outside In in Portland Oregon. She provides direct service with people who use drugs and has also been involved in creating policy that improves the health in Oregon.
She completed a MPH as a Fellow at Johns Hopkins as part of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative focusing on Overdose and Addiction Policy.
Haven was a Chief Petitioner for ballot measure 110, which was a first in the nation initiative to decriminalise drugs in the state of Oregon.
She has been deemed the Grim Reaper of Portland by the local Proud Boys and has hosted the only Overdose Memorial that has been protested. She enjoys asking people about private behaviors and tricking people into being healthier.