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:


POSITION SUMMARY: The Harm Reduction Worker will provide driver staffing on the Van Syringe Distribution Program in […]

Gender and Trauma-Informed Frontline Harm Reduction

Are you a frontline worker at an organization that works with people who use drugs?   Our […]

HAMSMaRT is hiring!

Our friends and community partners at HAMSMaRT are now recruiting! See details and info on how to apply […]

Harm Reduction Listening & Learning – Tuesday, March 15th, 10:00am – 12:30pm

The AIDS Network is excited to share our next online workshop, all about harm reduction! The workshop […]

HAMSmART is hiring – Peer Worker, Black, Indigenous & People of Colour communities focus, Support and Safer Supply (SASS) Clinic

Our friends at HAMSmART (Hamilton Social Medicine Response Team) are hiring! HAMSmART is recruiting a peer worker  […]

We’re Hiring: Regional Harm Reduction Worker (Full Time)

The AIDS Network is hiring! Now recruiting for the position of Regional Harm Reduction Worker (Full Time) […]