A CTS is a health service where people inject, snort or orally consume pre-obtained drugs in a safe, hygienic and welcoming environment under the supervision of trained staff.
Overdose prevention and supervised injection services improve public safety by reducing issues such as public injecting and discarded needles.
The Drug Users’ Memorial Project was established in 2010 as a remembrance, healing and community arts initiative. We created an 8 foot copper flame monument to commemorate community members and loved ones who have died due to the war on drugs.
The Women’s Harm Reduction Program is a trans-inclusive, sex-work positive program for all women who use drugs.
You can access a range of harm reduction supplies, materials and equipment through the fixed site.
A 12-week program for womxn identified folks who have experienced grief due to trauma or loss and want to learn & share coping skills and strategies.
The Toronto Community Hep C Program is an innovative, community-based, client-centered collaborative care model which provides HCV support, education, and treatment to individuals living with, or are otherwise at risk of acquiring Hepatitis C infection.
The MATCH Program offers a wide variety of services related to pregnancy, labour, and birth, as well as postpartum care for infants and adults, well-gynecological care and pregnancy options counselling.
The mobile outreach program delivers harm reduction materials and resources to people who use drugs and live in our catchment area.
The Oakridge Harm Reduction & Health Hub (ETOP) offers a range of services for people who use drugs, including harm reduction, counselling, peer support and case management, from an inter-professional team representing nine health care and social services organizations in East Toronto. East Toronto Health Partners, Unity Health, St. Michael’s Homes, WoodGreen Community Services, and […]
This is a walk-in clinic for people who have difficulty accessing health and social services because of drug use, homelessness and/or mental health problems.
Our Safer Opioid Supply Program (SOS) addresses the overdose crisis by transitioning people away from toxic and contaminated street opioids to pharmaceutical grade opioids.