In-person and virtual workshops and information sessions are presented to community members and service users to o increase visibility of harm reduction support and connect with community members to identify their needs and build a rapport by providing them with the tools they need to use safely.
Please contact Harm Reduction staff to present the following topics:
Harm Reduction 101, Substance Use 101, Overdose Prevention Response and Naloxone Training, Addressing Stigma, Coping with COVID, Black Mental Health and Harm Reduction
B.C.A.P works to create culturally relevant outreach, prevention and support services for people infected with, affected by, or at risk of contracting HIV.
With more than 3,000 Black people living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario and tens of thousands more at risk, we depend on your support. We’ve made great gains in the fight against HIV/AIDS in our community, but we can’t celebrate yet.
Help Black CAP keep the momentum up by making a donation!