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’m ready for a miracle

My whole life revolves around her Even though her evil side can burn She loves to feed off me Wastes my life, my energy Of the dangers,…

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Harm Reduction Is Not Just A Hashtag: Hamilton dialogue report

Getting to Tomorrow Hamilton Brought together by witnessing firsthand the consequences of failed drug policies, 47 members of the Hamilton harm reduction community gathered to talk, share,…

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Why do I use?

I do it to forget Forget all the things I regret. I do it to escape reality To find a new identity. I do it to manage…

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I lost my star

Monday night, I lost my star. A beautiful man that I have at heart.

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Drug policy and racism in Canada

“The racist and anti-Black harms facilitated by drug law enforcement have extended beyond the criminal justice system.”

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Coalition of local and national harm reduction and drug policy organizations push for policy change at public health dialogue on overdose/drug poisoning crisis

“It is not possible to have these discussions without the people who are most affected.”

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Barrie Health Accord support letter for supervised consumption site

We believe that an SCS/CTS in Barrie at the proposed location of 11 Innisfil St (80 Bradford Street, Unit 940) is the next pressing need in responding to this crisis.

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Coalition of local and national harm reduction and drug policy organizations push for policy change at public health dialogue on overdose/drug poisoning crisis

Bringing together leaders from diverse sectors of society to identify and move towards policy solutions to the overdose/drug poisoning crisis.

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The whole community benefits from a ‘safe supply’ approach to substances

Reforming our policies on the use of illegal substances can save individual lives — but also help our neighbourhoods thrive.

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I don’t judge you for yours, don’t judge me for mine

Who are you to judge us on our addiction?

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Harm Reduction & COVID

Harm Reduction & COVID

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Resources for communities responding to dual health crises

News & Updates

News & Updates

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Montreal police officers now trained, equipped with naloxone (Global)

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Public health officials say Montreal now facing opioid crisis (CBC)

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New drug on Montreal's streets even more potent than fentanyl (CTV)

After a death, Montreal issues alert about blue 'counterfeit' Percocet new to city's black market (CTV)

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A spike in deaths caused by drug overdose alarms Montreal public health experts (CTV)

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Montreal Is Experiencing a Rash of Fatal Overdoses and No One Knows Why (VICE)

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More fentanyl deaths in Montreal? (CJAD)

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Montreal police still not equipped with naloxone, despite surge in overdoses (Global News)

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Montreal's CACTUS safe-injection community group sees more overdoses amid pandemic (CBC)