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Canadian Resources for Harm Reduction

Review the Federal Actions on Opioids on the government website by Clicking Here.

To locate Canadian Supervised Consumption Sites & Services you can Click Here.

NORS is an overdose prevention hotline for Canadians providing loving, confidential, nonjudgmental support for you, whenever & wherever you use drugs.

Phone Number: 1-888-688-NORS(6677)

The Brave App offers rapid response to an overdose emergency with resources & guidance that is suitable to a person's needs, 9-1-1 calling feature, techniques to identify a suspected overdose, steps to administer naloxone, & sequential guidance on emergency first aid response. Click Here to download the app.

Grenfell Ministries shines a focus on those experiencing homelessness, mental health & substance use challenges. They serve with integrity, compassion & promote individuality & self-empowerment. They are committed to building communities through advocacy & collective support using our peer-run, peer-led programming improve the quality of life for those we serve, on their terms.

Action Canada for Sexual Health & Rights offers a plethora of information on sexual health, infectious diseases, treatment & prevention, to locate resources on sexual health in Canada. Click Here to access the locator tool.

Wellness Together Canada offers 24/7 immediate, free & confidential mental health & substance use help by calling 1-866-585-0445

CAPSA Peer Support offers free peer-facilitated group meetings (includes virtual meetings), evidence-based practices & tools designed to help those who are questioning their relationship with substances. Click Here to locate a meetings in Canada.

To locate free Naloxone (also called Narcan) in Canada, some provinces offer free take-home naloxone kits. Consult your province to see where these kits are available.

  • Alberta

  • British Columbia

  • Manitoba

  • New Brunswick - Naloxone kits are available at pharmacies.

  • Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Northwest Territories

  • Nova Scotia

  • Nunavut

  • Ontario

  • Prince Edward Island

  • Quebec

  • Saskatchewan

  • Yukon

We update this post & add additional resources. Last updated November 10th, 2022.

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