Community Partner: L’Association des intervenants en dépendance du Québec (AIDQ)
AIDQ is a non-profit organization that includes stakeholders from all sectors interested in the field of addictions in Quebec, such as the public, private and community sectors, public health and social services, education, universities, research, public safety and the workplace. AIDQ’s mission is to promote and support intervention in the areas of prevention, harm reduction, treatment and the social reintegration of people with addictions and those at risk of becoming addicted, through skills development, information, collaboration and the sharing of expertise. Read More
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Latest Blog Posts
I ask that you walk beside me so that we can learn from each other.Read More
Harm reduction and drug policy organizations seek solutions to Yukon’s overdose crisis at territory’s first-ever public health dialogue on drug policy-related harms
Bringing diverse communities together to find and enact solutions to the overdose crisis.Read More
Stigma and judgement have real and harmful consequences. Change starts with us, and how we see and treat othersRead More
People who use drugs have woken up from an overdose to find out that they no longer have a bed to sleep in for the night because they were service restricted for overdosing in the shelter.Read More
I am still living it every day—the stigma of substance use. Life is a huge challenge.. The “day to day” that most of us take for granted.Read More
There are many people out there who want to get help but can’t.Read More
When you use drugs alone it’s a lot more dangerous because there’s no one there to help you if you overdoseRead More