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“Since Covid began, we’ve seen the highest number of overdoses since 2017”: What happens when the opioid epidemic meets a global pandemic? (via Toronto Life)

"Two weeks after those closures, on March 31, the city had the highest number of opioid overdose [...]

Naloxone and Covid 19, an updated response during the pandemic

  Anya, our Harm Reduction worker for Brantford/Brant County talks about updated best practices for administering Naloxone […]

Hamilton advocates worry about pandemic’s effect on drug users (via The Globe and Mail)

When Elise Nagy called the Hamilton General Hospital in late March to give them a heads up [...]

Daytime Hours for The Van

Due to State of Emergency measures and the current temporary closure of many harm reduction sites in […]

COVID 19 Updates on the Law and Legal Services

If you have involvement in any legal processes and have questions about how the current state of [...]

March 31 is Trans Day of Visibility

Today, The AIDS Network joins our friends in community in celebrating International Trans day of Visibility. Today […]

The Ontario Overdose Prevention Line

When Harm Reduction educators give people tips about staying safe, one of the top pieces of advice […]

Update: Extending Van Hours

The AIDS Network is committed to respond to the COVID 19 public health emergency while continuing to […]

A Message from Keeping Six

Dear Community Members: The Keeping Six Drop-In is the heartbeat of our organization. Every Tuesday – for [...]

COVID-19 Guidance for People who Use Drugs and Harm Reduction Programs

COVID-19, an illness caused by a newly identified type of coronavirus, can cause a respiratory infection and [...]