Harm Reduction Links
Black Indigenous Harm Reduction Alliance
The Black Indigenous Harm Reduction Alliance is a group of community workers of diverse experience who wish to draw attention to the need for access to self-determined and holistic health services within our communities. Our work seeks to develop harm reduction approaches that meet our communities where they are at, and to expand understandings of harm reduction to include environmental violence, and the criminalization of youth, sex workers, street-involved peoples, and LGBTQ2S people.
Canadian Association of People Who Use Drugs
CAPUD is a national association of individuals and groups who work to improve the conditions – social, health and legal – facing people who use currently illegal drugs in Canada.
Canadian Association for Safe Supply
The Canadian Association for Safe Supply (CASS) is focused on increasing access to safe supply, defined as "legal and regulated versions of substances containing the mind/body altering properties commonly found in the illicit drug market.”
Canadian Drug Policy Coalition
The CDPC is a broad based network of organizations, associations and individuals working together to develop drug policy and legislation based on evidence, human rights, social inclusion and public health.
Moms Stop the Harm
Moms Stop the Harm (MSTH) is a network of Canadian mothers and families whose loved ones have died due to substance misuse. Our network calls for an end to the failed war on drugs.