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a honeycomb bulletComplete our Stigma: How You Can Impact Change online training.
Learn about stigma and how we can all work together to support our community through the language we choose.

a honeycomb bulletOur online Overdose Prevention and Response Training is now available! 

Learn about types of drugsdrug intoxication and overdose prevention, naloxone, the 5 steps to respond to an opioid overdose, and available supportsTake it at your own pace. 

a honeycomb bulletOur online Party Safer training is now available! 
Learn about how and where to access Naloxone, reduce health risks using party safer tips, how to identify and respond to an overdose and find information on local supports. Take it at your own pace and get a certificate of completion.


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Sharps Kits will be available for pick-up as of May 1st, 2024, from participating locations. Keeping Ottawa neighbourhoods safe is our collective responsibility. In an effort to promote community safety, Ottawa Public Health (OPH), along with numerous City and community partners, has implemented a variety of measures to provide safe options for disposing of drug paraphernalia and addressing items that have been improperly discarded.

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Growing concerns around the toxicity of the unregulated drug supply - February 9 2024
Ottawa Public Health (OPH), Ottawa Police Service, Ottawa Paramedic Service and the Overdose Prevention and Response Taskforce are issuing an alert to warn residents about the risk of overdose related to the toxicity of the unregulated drug supply.

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