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If you are using alone, you are at risk. Illicit toxic drugs are killing users, primarily men, at rapidly increasing rate.
On this page we offer information on services and support in the Vernon, B.C. area. We do not collect your personal information. To speak to someone anonymously, the phone numbers listed below are available 24 / 7.
310 – MHSU (6478) Mental Health and Substance Use Centre
1-888-353-CARE (2273) Interior Crisis Line Network
Vernon Downtown Mental Health & Substance Use
3306A 32nd Avenue Vernon, B.C. V1T2M6. (250) 503-3737
Vernon Mental Health & Substance Use
1440 – 14th Avenue, Vernon B.C. V1B 2T1. (250) 503-5737
2800, 334d Street, Vernon B.C. (250) 938-3518
HOW DO I KNOW IF MY DRUGS ARE TOXIC?:
Text ‘JOIN’ to ALERTS (253787) to opt-in for toxic drug alerts
Cammy Lafleur Outreach Clinic – 1-3pm on Tuesdays – 2800, 334d Street, Vernon B.C. (250) 938-3518
ACCESS NALOXONE (NARCAN):
When given in time, Naloxone is a life-saving medication that can reverse an overdose from opioids – including heroin, fentanyl, and prescription opioid medications. If you or someone you know uses opioids, you should have a Naloxone kit with you at all times.
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The Vernon Harm Reduction Action Committee would like to acknowledge the generous support of the Community Action Initiative (CAI), the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions, and the Overdose Emergency Response Centre.