Community Partner: Blood Ties Four Directions Centre

Our mission is to eliminate barriers and create opportunities for people to have equal access to health & wellness and to live in our community with dignity. We believe a community is diminished when people who need health and wellness are marginalized. We believe in equitable delivery and availability of health services. We believe that people who use drugs, people who are challenged with stigmatizing health conditions, people who are incarcerated and people who are insecurely housed are especially at risk for not having equal access to health & wellness and a life in our community with dignity. We believe in the power of Yukon’s cultural diversity and the richness of its First Nation, Inuit and Metis tradition and roots.

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Latest Blog Posts

It’s time we rethink how we treat people who use drugs

Denying people harm reduction will increase rates of overdose, HIV, and Hepatitis C, as well as increase costs to the health care system.

Harm Reduction & COVID

Harm Reduction & COVID

three people holding up signs at the safe supply rally in Vancouver, 2020

Resources for communities responding to dual health crises

News & Updates

News & Updates

Offices of the Yukon Coroner's Service | Getting to Tomorrow Yukon

Coroner confirms the Yukon’s first carfentanil-related overdose death (Yukon News)

Crushed white pills on a table

'We can't continue this way': Yukon reports fifth overdose death this year (CBC)

Yukon health official

Yukon needs new approach to worsening opioid crisis, officials say (CBC)

Harm reduction worker Jesse Whelan testing a sample of drugs

Harm reduction service at Blood Ties, Four Directions began testing drugs for fentanyl in July (CBC)