The Harm Reduction Outreach program reaches out to people who use drugs to increase knowledge and awareness of harm reduction practices and to increase access to community services.

The Harm Reduction Outreach program provides supportive counselling services, direct outreach to people using drugs (practical support, referrals etc), participates in community based initiatives, leads training for local service providers, promotes harm reduction, and works to address stigma and building capacity to address societal and systemic issues for people who use drugs. The Harm Reduction Outreach program also has designated peer opportunities.

For more information about our Harm Reduction Outreach program, contact:

Hamilton – Allie Torrance, 289-439-9565 (call or text)

Hamilton – Lisa Berry905-528-0854 ex.242 (office)

Halton – Tess Hopkins, 905-570-2014 (call or text) 

Haldimand, Norfolk & Brant – Marijo Watt, 905-520-8083 (call or text)


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