Health Education

Peer-led courses on harm reduction, safer use, leadership and presentation skills. Building capacity within our communities to take a leadership role in policy, service delivery and research on health and harm reduction.


On-foot outreach offering clean supplies, peer support and referrals 365 days/year. Also picking up discarded needles while we're at it. Call if you need a pick-up. In-office outreach - drop by 1-3pm for a hot coffee, to pick up supplies, to ask about referrals and our ongoing advocacy.

Advocacy and Peer Support

Regular meetings to share skills and knowledge. Community presentations to educate and build relationships. Working together to reduce stigma and end the war on drugs.

A view from the street (2015)

We delivered a modified version of the VicPD survey to 110 individuals with no fixed address from May to August 2014. Our intention is that the valuable experiences of individuals with no fixed address will inform ongoing oversight and review of processes concerning VicPD operations.

CAPUD report (June 2014)

To mark the first National Harm Reduction Day in Canada (June 12th), CAPUD is releasing a report calling for dramatic changes in the participation of people who use illicit drugs in the services, policies and research that directly impact their lives. [download English and French versions of the report below]...
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