We love and miss her every day. We have memories good and sad. Her beautiful smile gone forever. We did our best to save her
“We urgently need Hamiltonians to understand that people who use drugs are part of our community, and we deserve to be part of creating a city where our lives matter.”
Harm reduction services rooted in Indigenous ways of knowing and undestanding the world are an essential component to a public health-guided vision for drug policy.
Ryan’s parents began Ryan’s Hope as a way to shine a spotlight on the intersections of homelessness, addiction, and mental health.
Why is a safe supply of drugs that keeps people alive and safe, determined by the morals and perspectives of the public?
ndividuals working with them encounter while attempting to meet their needs and direct them to resources in the community.
The Gatineau police force supports “safe supply” and harm reduction rather than the continued ineffective and harmful enforcement of prohibition
Addiction is only a part of me. So take the time to listen, and you may learn a thing or two about who I really am.
I ask that you walk beside me so that we can learn from each other.