The COVID-19 pandemic has further exposed stark health inequities and the many structural factors that increase people’s vulnerability to the virus.
Targeting people who use drugs has not only a negative impact on individuals, but their families and broader society
Measures implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are having a mixed impact on the drug supply chain
“It is important to also integrate strategies that address the existing social determinants of health that impact WHAI’s priority populations of women”
Guidance on making and wearing protective face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19
The following is a non-exhaustive tip sheet for stimulant-preferring or polydrug users, focusing on amphetamines, cocaine and crack cocaine.
class exemption for supervised consumption sites class exemption for supervised consumption sites Click HERE for more resources “Health Canada proactively issued class exemptions to provinces and territories…
The Policing the Pandemic Mapping Project was launched to track and visualize the massive and extraordinary expansions of police power in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the unequal patterns of enforcement that may arise as a result.
“Flattening the curve cannot be done without testing. It is imperative to triage resources to priority communities before outbreaks occur rather than simply react when they do.”