The dehumanizing effects of stigma push people to the margins of our society where help and security are much harder to find.
From housing without waitlists to responsive services that come to the community instead of appointments, this is what community members in New Brunswick said must change.
“People using drugs have to wait until the system is ready for them.” Services and support should be ready when and where they are needed.
A total of 200 individuals in New Brunswick took part in the Tracks survey for people who inject drugs
The criminalization of personal drug use marginalizes people who use drugs (PWUD), affecting their life, liberty, and security.
If people who use drugs are not meaningfully involved, the quality of the research and its impact on policy and service delivery is likely to suffer.
COVID-19 has created havoc for people who use drugs—and that obviously includes me.
Harm reduction and progressive drug policies mean community safety for everyone, including businesses
Over 100 evidence-based, peer-reviewed studies have consistently proven the positive impacts of supervised consumption services