As OHRN is connected to harm reduction workers across the province, frequently we hear about common learning needs across geographical regions. In these short videos, people who use drugs fill those gaps in learning and knowledge by sharing the information they want service providers to know. This page will be frequently updated with more video resources as they are developed. To be notified when a new video has been added we encourage you to sign up for our training alerts/news letter.
This video is part of a toolkit for Ontario Public Health Units to support eligible community based organizations in distributing naloxone to clients.
The carrynaloxONe Toolkit was developed by the Ontario Harm Reduction Network (OHRN) with support from the Provincial System Support Program (PSSP) at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), this toolkit helps Ontario Public Health Units (PHU) in carrying out their mandate, under the Harm Reduction Program Enhancement Initiative funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, to support eligible community based organizations in distributing naloxone to clients. This initiative will expand the distribution of naloxone through the Ontario Naloxone Program and aims to reach people who use drugs where they are.
See https://eenet.ca/initiatives/naloxone for more carrynaloxONe resources and training materials.
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