Outreach

Sharing of drug injection and drug inhalation equipment can result in the transmission of HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.

Harm reduction practice recognizes that a certain percentage of the population will use drugs and the goal is to reduce the harm that might result from drug use. Harm reduction decreases the adverse health, social and economic consequences of substance use, for the user and the community, without requiring abstinence.

For more information, to book a workshop or to make an appointment please call the Harm Reduction Outreach Coordinator at 519-763-2255 ext. 151.

The Harm Reduction and Outreach program provides services to individuals and groups through Community Outreach, the Stay Sharp Needle Exchange Program, Counselling, Practical Support and Education for Safer Sex and Safer Drug Use Information.

Supplies may be accessed at:

HIV/AIDS Resources & Community Health
115-89 Dawson Road
Guelph, ON N1H 1B1

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health Sexual Health Clinic
160 Chancellors Way
Guelph, ON N1H 5K1

Guelph Community Health Centre 
1st Floor
176 Wyndham Street North
Guelph, ON N1H 8N9

Guelph Harm Reduction Services are changing as of November 17.  We are upgrading our services to meet best practice guidelines to improve the supports we are providing. Supplies are available at four locations throughout Guelph, and a Thursday night delivery service is also available. Full details of the changes are available by clicking here.

Harm Reduction Outreach staff and peer workers provide harm reduction supplies and HIV prevention education to a variety of populations at the Drop in Centres, Shelters and on the streets of downtown Guelph.

Supplies delivered to your home. Thursday evenings only. Please call the outreach phone at 519-994-5419 before 5 pm to place your order.

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