Harm Reduction and the Toxic Drug Crisis

The FNHA's “Increase the Support. Re​duce the Harm." video series features Indigenous people talking about harm reduction and the impact of toxic drugs in their lives and the lives of their loved ones.


Harm Reductio​​n ​at the FNHA​

  • FNHA Policy on Harm Reduction and FNHA Framework for Action

Harm Reduction for Health and Community Workers

  • Harm Reduction Hub and Addictions Medicine Support Line
  • Nurse prescribing and Take-Home Naloxone
  • Guides and resources

Indigenous Harm Reduction

  • Videos and teaching guides
  • Anti-stigma video series and video storytelling by peers
  • Fact sheets and posters


  • Injectable and nasal

Not Just Naloxone Program​

  • NJN curriculum
  • Not Just Naloxone Workshops

Opioid Agonist Therapy for Clients

  • Personal stories and FNHA Health Benefits information

Overdose Prevention

  • Safer use – overdose prevention sites, harm reduction sties, LifeGuard app, drug checking

Substance Use and Healing

  • Healing journeys and personal stories
  • Land-based healing
  • Honouring loved ones lost to toxic drugs

Toxic Drug Crisis Data​

  • Data infographics and situation reports​

 Please Note

This material may trigger unpleasant feelings or thoughts. Please contact the 24 Hour KUU-US Crisis Line at 1-800-588-8717 if you need emotional support.​

 Public Health Info Lines

BC Drug & Poison Info Centre (Anonymous Non-Emergency Assistance): 1-800-567-8911

Healthlink BC: 811

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