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The Trip! Project was born in 1995 out of a need for appropriate drug and sex information within the Toronto rave scene. Trip! provides several services to the dance community and beyond. Most notably the project is known for its onsite outreach booths, harm reduction workshops and resources.
Tripsit's mission is to provide open discussion of harm reduction techniques and positive support. We promote the use of harm reduction tools such as test kits, and offer guidance and support with regards to harm reduction when using drugs. Overall, the TripSit team aims to help you stay safe as possible if you choose to use substances
DRUGS & ME
Drugsand.me is a social enterprise that provides services centered around drug harm reduction, as part of an upcoming network of mental health tools by the Mental Health Education Foundation. Drugsand.me website provides accessible, objective and comprehensive guides to help reduce the short and long term harms of drugs.
TOWARD THE HEART
Toward the Heart is part of the BC Centre for Disease Control. We believe every person has the right to the best health possible and should be treated with dignity and respect. Towards the Heart provides information and resources for people who use drugs, parents, service providers and other health professionals.
CATIE strengthens Canada’s response to HIV and hepatitis C by bridging research and practice. They connect healthcare and community-based service providers with the latest science, and promote good practices for prevention and treatment programs. As Canada’s official knowledge broker for HIV and hepatitis C, you can look to CATIE for up-to-date, accurate and unbiased information.
Maggie’s mission is to provide education, advocacy, and support to assist sex workers to live and work with safety and dignity. They provide resources, support and community to individuals who are involved in the sex industry.