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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.

Tree Planting for Overdose Awareness in Brantford

Our Haldimand, Norfolk Brant & Brantford Harm Reduction team is commemorating International Overdose Awareness Day by hosting […]

CTS Community Discussion – be a part of the conversation

You are invited to join The AIDS Network in our first CTS Community Discussion!  The AIDS Network […]

Tree Planting to commemorate International Overdose Awareness Day

Our Haldimand, Norfolk Brant & Brantford Harm Reduction team is commemorating International Overdose Awareness Day by hosting […]

We Want to Hear from You! CTS Site in Hamilton Ward 3

We want to hear from you!  The AIDS Network is in the process of applying to open […]

Get a Kit by The AIDS Network

We are proud to announce the launch of  GetaKit by The AIDS Network! Through GetaKit, you can […]

International Overdose Awareness Day: Halton

You are invited to Halton Overdose Prevention & Education (HOPE) Committee’s International Overdose Awareness Day 2021 event!  […]

Pride Health Love

We are taking our show on the road!   June may be over, but our Pride spirit […]

We’re Hiring! On-Call/Casual Harm Reduction Worker – Van Relief Driver

The AIDS Network is now recruiting for an on-call/casual Harm Reduction worker/relief driver for our Van program […]

Alert: Increased Overdoses in Hamilton

Hamilton continues to see increased opioid overdose activity. Paramedic response to suspected opioid overdose calls continue to […]

Myth vs Fact – Harm Reduction Infographic Resources

Our Harm Reduction workers Anya and Marijo recently had the opportunity to work with a group of [...]