As of April 1, 2023, this website will no longer be updated. Technical support for OHRN's website (including OHRN Learning) is no longer available. Learn more.
For any inquiries related to harm reduction education or learning for service providers in Ontario, including The Outreach Network (TON), please contact Christopher Hoy at CATIE.
To find local harm reduction services in your community, please see Meet our Networks or visit Where To?, a directory of HIV, hepatitis C, sexual health and harm reduction services in Canada. To find harm reduction supplies in your community, visit OHRDP's Find Supplies page.
You can also find other harm reduction resources for service providers at CATIE.ca.
OHRN's role is in transition:
CATIE is expanding its role in Ontario to provide tailored harm reduction knowledge exchange and capacity-building activities. This work, funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health, will include the delivery of webinars, online learning, dialogues and more to advance the skills and knowledge of ministry-funded frontline and community providers.
This role will include coordinating and supporting a network of harm reduction outreach workers across Ontario, as well as broader supports for other community-based, clinical and public health workers. It will begin April 1, 2023, and build upon a strong foundation of work previously led by the Ontario Harm Reduction Network (OHRN).
If you are in crisis or have a health or medical emergency, please contact your local emergency department or call 911.
If you are seeking mental health or substance use support, please contact Connex Ontario online, by phone at 1-866-531-2600 or by texting CONNEX to 247247.
Connex Ontario provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing concerns with alcohol and drugs, mental illness, or gambling. Funded by the Government of Ontario, ConnexOntario is free, confidential, and live 24/7.