Disclaimer and Privacy
The following disclaimer and privacy information cover use of the OHRN website.
The Ontario Harm Reduction Network (OHRN), a program of Fife House Foundation (Fife), endeavours to provide the most up-to-date and accurate information at the time of publication. However, information changes and users are encouraged to consult as broad a range of sources as possible. Users relying on this information do so entirely at their own risk. Neither OHRN/Fife House, nor any of its partners, funders, employees, directors, officers or volunteers may be held liable for damages of any kind that may result from the use or misuse of any such information either developed by OHRN/Fife or referred to by us. The views expressed herein or in any article, resource or publication accessed or published or provided by OHRN/Fife do not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of OHRN/Fife, nor the views of the Ontario Ministry of Health or other funders or partners.
While OHRN/Fife host various social media sites, we do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information published or provided on these social media platforms, and cannot be held accountable for the content posted by others. The views expressed via social media venues accessed or published or provided by OHRN/Fife are solely those of the authors and do not reflect the policies or opinions of OHRN/Fife nor the views of the Ontario Ministry of Health or other funders or partners.
OHRN/Fife, provides information and resources to help organizations and individual workers improve the work they do with people who use drugs. When developing programs, services, resources or policies, organizations and individual staff should do so in partnership with their own Boards and consult as broad a range of sources as possible. We do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information accessed through or published or provided through OHRN/Fife.
Information accessed through or published or provided by OHRN/Fife is not to be considered medical advice. We do not recommend or advocate particular treatments and we urge users to consult as broad a range of sources as possible. We strongly urge users to consult with a qualified medical practitioner prior to undertaking any decision, use or action of a medical nature. Decisions about health issues or particular medical treatments should always be made in consultation with a qualified medical practitioner knowledgeable about substance use, HIV, hepatitis C, related illness and the treatments in question.