bccdc harm reduction

BC health authorities are all working on overdose response.
Includes how to recognize and respond (Know the Signs, Know the Response) to three kinds of overdose caused by 1) concours ministère de la santé 2017 opiods 2) stimulants 3) alcohol.
Provides tips for safer sex and safer drug use.Includes the 10 Key Actions video and interactive infographic (very detailed the More than just a drug problem" from Mark Tyndall and banner with three links to successful models stories (Resist Stigma, Managed Alcohol Programs, sacy).The BC Overdose Action Exchange page includes background on this group as well as reports on their idée cadeau anniversaire 6 ans fille first and second annual meetings.Information for people who use substances, including alerts, overdose prevention site finder and updates.Visit, close, health Professionals.Harm Reduction Substance Use Reports.



Peer engagement page with background and descriptions of Compassion, Inclusion and Engagement initiative (CIE including their reports, and the previous group, Peer Engagement and Evaluation Project (peep and the current group, the peep Consultation and Advisory Board.
Describes harm reduction and its benefits; includes a harm reduction site finder.
This page includes: our 2014 study on communicating drug alerts our 2010 study on contaminated cocaine.The training and resources section links to the Take Home Naloxone training website, and includes teaching materials, videos and posters and other resources (signs, postcards, inserts, a overdose survival guide, infographics) on naloxone and overdose.Describes the Take Home Naloxone program, including a description of Naloxone and how to get a Take Home Naloxone kit.Provides tips on safer injection and safer smoking.Links to Smart Sex Resource, describes safer injection, inhalation and sex supplies, including how to facilitate use of each product and how to order.Includes the Share Stories, Not Needles video.Toward the Heart website summary registered sites support materials for harm reduction, take-home naloxone and facility overdose response sites registered in one of our programs, as well as how to become a registered site health professional resources information sheets, best practice, policies and procedures, guidelines.