Harm Reduction Resources
Health Education & Promotion
(416) 736-2100, ext. 55196
healthed.scld.yorku.ca/ email@example.com Ross South 172
Health Education And Promotion is a team of York Students and Staff that collaboratively work with on and off campus stakeholders to create a community that supports students’ health and well-being.
Toronto & GTA
Harm Reduction Supplies and Locations - Listed
“The Works” Supervised Injection Site
toronto.ca/community-people/health-wellness-care/health-programs-advice/services-provided-by-the-works/ firstname.lastname@example.org 277 Victoria St (ground floor)
Monday - Saturday: 10AM-10PM
Pieces to Pathways (P2P) is a peer-led initiative offering Canada’s only substance use support program for LGBTTQQ2SIA youth (ages 16-29).
Did a line? Don’t think you’re fine? Need to enquire? Just text the TRIP!wire (647) 822-6435
The Trip! Project provides safer sex and drug information and supplies to party people in Toronto’s electronic music communities. We neither condone nor condemn the use of any drug, and provide factual information to help partiers make informed decisions that directly affect their long-term health.
Black Coalition for Aids Prevention (Black CAP)
(416) 977 - 9955
Fax: (416) 977 - 7664
20 Victoria St. 4th floor
Since 1989, Black CAP has worked to reduce the spread of HIV infection within Toronto’s African, Caribbean and Black communities while enhancing the quality of life of those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Street Health Toronto
338 Dundas Street East
South Riverdale Community Health Centre - Supervised Consumption Service
955 Queen St East
Regent Park Community Health Centre
The overdose prevention program provides free acess to laundry, housing, showers, doctors and nurses. They also have an ID program that runs every Wednesday morning where they help folks apply for passports, healthcard and birth certificate for free. There is no age limit to these services.
Canadian Association of People Who Use Drugs (CAPUD)
Black CAP Toronto
Workshops and drop-in offered on harm reduction for users. Services tailored for black folks.
401 Richmond St W, Suite 245
Emergency shelter for youth aged 16-24 with mental health and substance use support.
21 Strictland Ave
All programs are free and confidential.
The FIX (Scarborough Harm Reduction Services)
All Saints Church Community Centre - Downtown Toronto, East
315 Dundas Street East
Needle exchange and harm reduction materials available.
Non-profit organization providing drug education, drug contamination alerts, and sells drug testing kits.
Toronto Harm Reduction Alliance
2 Spirited People of the First Nations Toronto
Suite 105, 145 Front St E
“We provide prevention education and support for 2-Spirit, including First Nations, metis and Inuit people living with or at risk for HIV and related co-infections in the Greater Toronto Area. We base our work on indigenous philosophies of wholistic health and wellness.”
Agincourt Community Services Association
4155 Sheppard Ave. East