Naloxone is available from most pharmacies without a prescription. Click the link below to find a source near you!
This federal act gives some legal protection to anyone who experiences or witnesses an opioid poisoning.
Employing subject matter experts with lived experience, CAPSA works with organizations to provide education around substance use, stigma related to substance use disorder, and the use of person-first language to reduce stigma and discrimination.
Information about opioids, effects of opioids, overdoses, stigma, naloxone, and substance use disorder.
Data, surveillance and research on opioids and other substances.
Use this map to find locations of opioid-related activities in communities across Canada, including prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and enforcement.
Connects Canadians to peer support workers, social workers, psychologists and other professionals for confidential chat sessions or phone calls.