Ottawa, ON. — Decriminalization, safe supply, and a working task force that includes People With Lived and Living Experience are some of the demands put forward by Ottawa participants…
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.
I don’t judge you for yours, don’t judge me for mine
Who are you to judge us on our addiction?
Coalition of local and national harm reduction and drug policy organizations seek solutions to Canada’s overdose crisis at Ottawa’s first-ever public health dialogue on rising drug toxicity deaths and policy solutions
Opioid-related deaths have nearly doubled in Ottawa during the COVID-19 pandemic. | Getting to Tomorrow Ottawa
A friend of mine has died today
Criminalization, stigmatization and ugly looks put her in a grave. All because she used a drug. Does not mean she wasn’t brave
Why decriminalize drugs?
“I stopped doing dangerous drugs in a dangerous fashion the first time my drug use was treated as a means to cope, a health issue—and was being treated as such—rather than a crime.”
We are more than you think we are
We are beautiful, loving, caring, worthy and hopeful souls who deserve a life to live.
Addiction doesn’t discriminate
An explainer video produced by our community partner, Sandy Hill Community Health Centre
Meet the people of 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.