What you will find here: BCCDC Harm Reduction Services website with resources and information regarding naloxone and the Take Home Naloxone Program in BC.
Go to https://towardtheheart.com/naloxone
BC Center for Disease Control started the Take Home Naloxone program in 2012 to provide life-saving training and kits to people at risk of an opioid overdose. There are now over 1300 sites participating across British Columbia.
What you will find here: BC Centre on Substance Use evidence-based policies, guidelines, and standards.
The BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) is a provincially networked organization with a mandate to develop, help implement, and evaluate evidence-based approaches to substance use and addiction. BCCSU seeks to improve the integration of best practices and care across the continuum of substance use through the collaborative development of evidence-based policies, guidelines, and standards.
Go to: http://www.bccsu.ca
The BC Centre on Substance Use is a provincially networked organization with a mandate to develop, help implement, and evaluate evidence-based approaches to substance use and addiction. STAY IN TOUCH Stay connected with the BC Centre on Substance Use by subscribing to our email list. With your gi
The BC Drug and Poison Information Centre (DPIC) was established in 1975 through the cooperative efforts of the Hospital Programs Branch of the BC Ministry of Health and the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia (UBC). It is located at the BC Centre for Disease Control in Vancouver and is staffed with pharmacists, nurses, and physicians who have specific expertise in the provision of drug and poison information services.
Go to: http://www.dpic.org