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Jennifer Parisi Nov 1
Thanks for the thoughtful discussion on the opioid crisis
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GovCanHealth Jan 25
Beware that illegal drugs can be tainted with .
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EmergHealthServices Sep 25
"We only want to help you, so please don't hesitate to call us,"
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BCCDC Dec 20
Take Home Naloxone kits now available in participating BC pharmacies. Announcement in New Westminster this morning.
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EmergHealthServices Oct 4
"You will not get in trouble. We are there to help."
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John Horgan Mar 16
Today’s announcements, on the 10th anniversary of the Pacific Coast Collaborative, reflect our need to work beyond borders to protect our shared environment, take action on , the crisis & support mutually beneficial trade.
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Meaghan Thumath Jan 29
Stigma around substance use is killing people. We need to knock down the walls of silence and encourage courageous conversations
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VCH Healthcare Jun 13
Overdoses are happening across Canada, yet stigma against people who use drugs continues to create isolation & makes it harder for people to access treatment, jobs & housing. Together we can stop the cycle of stigma.
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Judy Darcy Jun 14
Supervised Consumption Services save lives. My heart is filled with gratitude for amazing team members like paramedic Scott Sywake who will operate Victoria’s new Pandora SCS, keep people alive & walk with them on their path to hope & recovery.
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Providence Health Care Apr 4
We're excited to see the expansion to opioid prescribing standards to allow Nurse Practitioners to prescribe injectable treatments for opioid addiction! These changes will positively impact the lives of people across all of BC
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Providence Health Care Dec 18
A new website to help has been developed by the SPH ED team. will help teach British Columbians how to use the lifesaving tool naloxone.
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BCCDC Mar 19
Have you taken training yet? A few minutes of your time could help and save a life. Learn more at
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Min. Petitpas Taylor Nov 10
Please share our message. The dangers are real, and you can help us raise awareness.
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Providence Health Care Dec 18
By completing the training you'll receive a certificate that can be redeemed for a naloxone kit at a distribution site.
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EmergHealthServices Apr 26
Yesterday, recorded its third highest day of calls for overdoses/poisonings since the began. Paramedics responded to 119 calls, the majority in Vancouver (39). Don't use drugs alone, and call 9-1-1 if you see someone experiencing an overdose.
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marilynoberg Mar 2
Awesome to see with tonight helping to spread the message
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John Horgan Jan 29
It's time to dispel false stereotypes around addiction & . We’re proud to work with the to help empower British Columbians to start open, judgement-free conversations about addiction. For more information:
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Deputy Mike Serr Feb 1
Despite all our efforts, in 2017 illicit drug overdoses increased 43%. This trend cannot continue. Important for communities to come together to identify innovative solutions. Todays announcement re funding & Community Action Teams will help us action these ideas. .
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VCH Healthcare May 15
Big congrats to our overdose outreach team - honoured today by for the team’s outstanding outreach work to help .
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Providence Health Care Dec 19
Want to learn how to use naloxone? Check out - an online training app to learn how to use naloxone and save lives.
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