Resources for People who use Drugs in Ontario

The resource links below can help you find:

How to respond to an opioid overdose

Know the risks, know the signs, and know the response to an opioid overdose.

Free naloxone kits

A map of Ontario to find the closest pharmacy or community organization where you can pick up a free naloxone kit.

Supervised consumption sites

A list of safe, clean spaces to use substances and connect you with other community-based programs.

Harm reduction supplies

A map of Ontario to find the closest harm reduction program that provides free, sterile, single-use injection and inhalation supplies and safe disposal of used drug equipment.

Safer drug use

A guide to using harm reduction supplies.

Mental health and substance use services

Free and confidential 24/7 specialists that listen, provide support, offer strategies, and give you information about treatment services in your community.

Rapid access addiction medicine (RAAM) clinics

A list of low-barrier, walk-in clinics in Ontario to get help for a substance use disorder without an appointment or referral.
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