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The IDU Outreach Worker 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 IDU Outreach program provides supportive counselling services, referrals and support, participates in community development, leads training for local service providers, promotes harm reduction, and supports peer engagement in the program.

For more information about our IDU Outreach program, contact Kaitlin Labatte, 289-439-9565 (cell)

Honouring Healthy Relationships

  September 18, 2019 from 9:30a-1:30p at MCFN Community Centre located at 659 New Credit Rd, Building […]

We’re Hiring! Regional Harm Reduction Worker (Part Time)

The AIDS Network is accepting applications for the position of Regional Harm Reduction Worker. The deadline to [...]

Strange Waves – Mother Nature

Thank you again, Strange Waves! Thank you, for capturing these incredible before and after shots of the […]

Observing International Overdose Awareness Day in Brant

On Saturday, August 31st The AIDS Network participated in two events in observance of International Overdose Awareness [...]

International Overdose Awareness Day

August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day, and The AIDS Network is marking the day by working […]

We Love Art and Harm Reduction!

Harm  Reduction Workers, Kaitlin and Allie, visited Centre 3 to get a tutorial on screen printing in […]