community managed alcohol program

Community Managed Alcohol Program

The Community Managed Alcohol Program (CMAP) is for individuals who struggle with severe alcohol use disorder and who sometimes drink non-beverage alcohol such as mouthwash or rubbing alcohol.

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Community Transitional Care Team

The Community Transition Care Team (CTCT) is an acute care clinic in a residential setting that provides transitional care and IV-antibiotic therapy to patients who have been released to community care from St. Paul's and Vancouver General Hospitals.

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PHS food program

PHS Food Program

Residents of PHS-operated housing projects in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and inner Victoria receive at least one hot meal a day, with the more supportive programs offering three meals a day.

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indigenous health services

Indigenous Health Services

Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside is home to one of Canada’s largest urban populations of First Nation people. In addition to three Coast Salish Nations indigenous to this area, the DTES is also home to Métis and Inuit from all over the country.

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Inside insite

Insite

The staff and peers at Insite create respectful, tolerant relationships with individuals who are chronically marginalized and resistant to health care.

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Maple overdose prevention site

Maple Overdose Prevention Site

Known as one of the MOPS to those living in the Downtown Eastside, Maple Overdose Prevention Site is tucked away in the side alley of the Maple Hotel, close to the Needle Depot.

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Mobile OPS Van

Mobile OPS Van

People can access the mobile OPS to inject drugs safely under witness by staff and peers trained to respond in case of overdose.

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Molon overdose prevention site (MOPS)

Molson Overdose Prevention Site (MOPS)

The Molson OPS is a unique OPS service for drug consumption; this location is also the site for our Tablet Opiate Agonist Therapy (TiOAT) program as well as the site for our injectable Opiate Agonist Therapy program (iOAT).

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Needle Depot

The Needle Depot offers 24/7 harm reduction supplies and peer support to reduce the spread of bloodborne infections such as HIV and Hepatitis C as well as reduce the risks of bacterial infections common amongst IV drug users in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

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needle exchange van

Needle Exchange Van

The Mobile Needle Exchange (NEX van) program focuses PHS harm reduction operations and experience throughout the city of Vancouver to pick up discarded dirty needles, and to provide education on safe use of illicit drugs.

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Onsite

Onsite

Located upstairs from Insite is Onsite which offers a direct continuum of care for those wanting a treatment option.

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spikes on bikes

Spikes on Bikes

Launched in 2016 in response to the overdose crisis, this program offers harm reduction supplies to drug users in alleyways and side streets across Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and West End neighbourhoods, while responding to overdoses and reports of discarded injection equipment.

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