The Harm Reduction Supply Program (“Exchange” Program) is offered in partnership with St. Leonard’s Community Services, the Brant County Health Unit, the Grand River Clinic, and the Colborne St. Clinic.
Participants are only required to provide basic information; first name, age, and drug of choice to qualify.
Participants are provided with needles, filters, alcohol swabs, sterile water, tourniquets, Vitamin C powder, sterile disposable spoons and condoms. There is no cost. Nasal Spray Naloxone Kits are also available – no health card required.
Participants are also offered harm reduction information on safe use as well as individual counselling.
All locations have a 24 hour drop box for used syringes.
For supplies see hours below/contact location for hours:
St. Leonard’s Community Services
133 Elgin Street
Hours of Operation Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Colborne St. Clinic
347 Colborne Street
Grand River Clinic
423 Colborne Street
Mobile Harm Reduction Van