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People who use drugs are real people

Start a conversation about substance use. These opportunities to share and listen are important steps in understanding the effects of drugs and specifically opioids in our communities. 



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Get informed

Understanding the risks and sign of an overdose can save a life. It can also help you talk honestly and openly with family and friends. Find out how our community plans to address the opioid crisis in Simcoe Muskoka.

Opioids are in our community

The Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act

Parenting and Drugs

An Action Plan for our Communities

Get Involved

The words we use when we talk about people who use drugs can be impactful and can either create barriers for access to services or bridge this care. We have the choice to use language that provides dignity and respect for the people involved.

Changing our language

Creating welcoming services

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