WELCOME TO THE STREET CONNECTIONS WEBSITE!
January 16, 2017
We have launched a new page for PUBLIC ALERTS. Here you will find announcements to the public about contaminated or conterfeit drugs, higher reports of overdose, and other information. You can find this page at StreetConnections.ca/alerts or via a link at the top of our Overdose page.
Monday to Thursday
Friday and Saturday
Call 204-981-0742 to find us!
Frequently-asked questions (FAQ)
No, it doesn’t. The goal of harm reduction programs is to help drug users stay healthier (and alive), and reduce their exposure to risk. Scientific studies have shown that harm reduction programs do not increase or even maintain drug use. Instead, the programs benefit those people who don’t want to quit, are not ready to quit, or have relapsed. As this blog post points out, harm reduction does 'enable' people to protect themselves and their communities from HIV, hepatitis, and overdose.