Drug Use and Harm Reduction During COVID-19

This webinar will highlight key issues in harm reduction during the COVID-19 outbreak and discuss changes that harm reduction programs have made during this time.

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This webinar will highlight key issues in harm reduction during the COVID-19 outbreak and discuss changes that harm reduction programs have made during this time. Drug Culture Experts will talk about the realities of using drugs in the current context, and representatives from harm reduction programs in Ontario will highlight recent practice innovations.

Presenters will include representatives from HIV/AIDS Regional Services Kingston, Positive Living Niagara, and the AIDS Network Hamilton.

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