Our Mission: In the midst of the massive opioid crisis in BC and across Canada, students need to have easy access to information and resources on harm reduction.
What’s harm reduction? Harm reduction refers to policies, programmes and practices that aim to minimise negative health, social and legal impacts associated with drug use, drug policies and drug laws. Harm reduction is grounded in justice and human rights – it values autonomy, life, choice, respect, education, compassion over judgement, reducing stigma, and no discrimination or punishment.
Harm reduction is…
- A public health approach that aims to reduce harms related to substance use
- Treats people with respect
- Supporting people to be safer
- Helps people connect with others and develop healthy relationships.
To learn more about harm reduction on campus:
→ sign up for Naloxone training (below!)
→ visit the Harm Reduction Centre in the basement of the SUB
Naloxone Training Workshops
Are you looking for a way to make a real impact in your community? Join us for our free Naloxone training on Monday, January 23rd from 3-4 PM and learn how you can save lives by being prepared to support someone experiencing an opioid overdose. Not only will you receive valuable training, but you’ll also receive a free Naloxone kit to keep with you.
This training is open to everyone, and will be hosted on Zoom. Sign up now by clicking the link below and don’t hesitate to reach out to Izzy, Director of Campaigns and Community Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any technical difficulties or questions.
Together, we can make a difference in the opioid overdose crisis. See you there!
REGISTER AND GET A FREE KIT
Naloxone Training Registration