An explainer video produced by our community partner, Sandy Hill Community Health Centre
Good health means more than just treating people when they are sick. Problems like poverty, addiction, and family violence can bring on illness — or keep people from getting well.
Hearing from the community of advocates and people who use drugs in Ottawa | Marking Overdose Awareness Day | Getting to Tomorrow Ottawa
Every movement is punctuated by moments in time that shape the way history unfolds. The founding of this organization—fuelled by sorrow, hope, and strength—is one such moment.
Realizing solutions to the overdose crisis by bringing communities together to find shared meaning, understanding, and purpose, with the goal of advancing a public health and human rights approach to drug policy.
Nothing for us, without us.
A century of suffering, overdose, and unimaginable grief – these are the outcomes of our current drug policies. The legacy of prohibition has left generations in mourning.
A video by Sean Baker and the Canadian Association of People Who Use Drugs
A heart-wrenching perspective of the stigma faced by people who use substances when accessing health & social services.