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Our needle and syringe program provides free information and materials necessary to practice safer drug use and safer sex. We can also provide you with referrals to other sources within the community regarding social services, drug and alcohol treatment centers, social workers, housing and welfare, etc. In addition, we can teach people who use drugs about the health risks associated with drug use and how to reduce the risk of HIV and other blood borne infections.

People do not need to be clients of the AIDS Network to access this service. New works are available and used works are accepted for safe disposal.

 

Black Lives Matter Solidarity Statement from the Ontario Harm Reduction Network

The Ontario Harm Reduction Network (OHRN) is a provincial organization that supports Harm Reduction efforts in Ontario […]

Ontario AIDS Network releases Statement of Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Last evening, Shannon Thomas Ryan, Executive Director of the Ontario AIDS Network (OAN)  a province-wide coalition of […]

We need your help! Seeking mask donations

Today, Canada’s chief public health officer Dr Theresa Tam officially announced that the Public Health Agency of […]

Drug use and harm reduction during COVID-19 Webinar

On Friday, May 8th, our Harm Reduction workers Allie Torrance and Kaitlin Labatte participated alongside colleagues from […]

alert: spike in opioid overdoses in Haldimand/Norfolk

From Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit Based on information from local OPP, there have been six non-fatal and […]

The HNB Van Launch

Next week, our regional Harm Reduction team will be launching a new initiative, The HNB Van – […]

Harm Reduction 101 Online Presentation

The AIDS Network’s educators have been working on making our presentations and workshops available online, and first […]

Launching the Van Program for Haldimand, Norfolk, Brant County and Brantford

The AIDS Network is pleased to announce the launch of our Haldimand Norfolk Brant Van Program . […]

“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 […]