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.

Overdose response training

Free online training to aid in responding to an opioid overdose by The Works at Toronto Public Health.

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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