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Harm reduction is a public health approach that aims to reduce drug-related harm experienced by individuals and communities, without necessarily reducing the consumption of drugs. Harm reduction meets people “where they’re at”, addressing conditions of use along with the use itself. Our approach to service weaves evidence-based practice with harm reduction and a focus on the broad determinants of health. The AIDS Network helps clients avoid sharing needles and equipment to prevent blood borne infections such as HIV and hepatitis infections. Our current programs include:

Harm Reduction Worker – Mobile Outreach

  Harm Reduction Worker - Mobile Outreach The AIDS Network Hamilton, ON $40,000–$48,000 a year - Full-time   To [...]

Proposed CTS

Proposed CTS (Consumption Treatment Site) at 746 Barton Street East       We are moving ahead […]

Gender and Trauma-Informed Front-line Harm Reduction Printable Resource

We advocate for quality + compassionate support for our service users! Are you a front-line worker at [...]

National Addictions Awareness Week in Haldimand, Norfolk & Brant

Next week our Haldimand, Norfolk and Brant Harm Reduction team are hosting Addictions Awareness Week across the […]

Watch Now: Indigenous Health and Wellbeing, Beginning the Conversation virtual workshop

On Friday, October 22nd The AIDS Network held its second in our series of virtual workshops. This […]

Myth vs Fact – Harm Reduction Infographic Resources

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