Welcome to the
Ontario Harm Reduction Network
Find all of the resources you need in one place
We bring together knowledge and action around harm reduction
The Ontario Harm Reduction Network (OHRN) supports harm reduction efforts in Ontario by providing training, networking opportunities, and consultations to service providers and agencies. We bring together harm reduction workers from across the province through The Outreach Network. OHRN is funded through the Ontario Ministry of Health.
Here’s how we can support you
Learn at Your Pace
OHRN develops online learning opportunities in collaboration with community partners and Drug Culture Consultants with lived and living experience of drug use.
Learn what an opioid overdose is, how to recognize an overdose, and how to respond with naloxone.
Connecting Reference Guide
Access Connecting: A Guide to Using Harm Reduction Supplies as Engagement Tools.
Harm Reduction Resources
COVID-19 and people living with HIV: Taking care of your health
Ontario HIV Treatment...
May 14, 2021
The Methadone Manifesto: A Powerful Blow Against the Clinic System
May 12, 2021
Opinion: Drug policy inertia has been driving stigma and overdoses for decades
Guy Felicella, Vancouver...
May 11, 2021
The power of patient voice: Addressing provider stigma toward opioid use disorder through personal narrative
Brief Addiction Science...
May 11, 2021
What should we do with objectionable findings?
Jason Schwartz, Recovery...
May 10, 2021