The opioid crisis in Toronto has led to a rise in homelessness and crime, as well as increased mental health issues. Efforts to combat the crisis are being made, but more needs to be done, including wider distribution of naloxone and improving access to treatment.
November 20, 2023
Toronto proposes a comprehensive strategy to support mental health, reduce harm of substance use, and combat the opioid crisis.
Windsor, Ontario’s community-based naloxone distribution program is making a difference in the opioid crisis, with a significant drop in overdose deaths.
The Canadian opioid crisis takes a tragic turn in the heartbreaking story of Riley Fairholm, a young man who lost his life to a fentanyl overdose.
The opioid crisis in Canada, especially Ontario, has had devastating effects. However, progress is being made through naloxone distribution and collaboration efforts.
Canada’s opioid crisis has had devastating effects. Efforts are being made to combat it through a national public health emergency classification and implementing a safe supply of opioids.