The DSNO is deeply concerned that prescribed safer supply initiatives preventing and/or mitigating both individual and community harms, including deaths, are at-risk of defunding, at a time when the evidence1 supports additional investments to support expansion. Urgent, life-saving funding is possible, and essential.
Due to close at the end of December due to an absence of funding, the DSNO is urging immediate financial support to sustain this life-saving service in an area where the mortality rate from opioid-related overdoses is extremely high, and for which the service receives no provincial funding. Click to view the DSNO letter.
The DSNO is seeking a qualified firm to assist with web and branding services. The RFP closes December 8 at 12pm EST.
We are inviting all municipalities and area partners in Ontario to take strategic action to end the drug poisoning crisis.
Three infographics - in English, French, and plain text - were developed by municipal drug strategy members to assist you and your networks in advancing the opportunities to improve both individual and community health and safety.
Download and discover interactive links provided by the Drug Strategy Network of Ontario.