Our Services

What We Offer.

Indigenous Harm reduction is founded on Relationships and Care, Strength, and Protection of culture and tradition, Knowledge and Wisdom, Identity and Transformation

Indigenous Harm Reduction

Distributing harm reduction supplies

Sharing knowledge on harm reduction, engaging in de-colonial practice, and connecting back to cultural strength.

Health and Wellness

Monthly health and wellness workshops

One-on-one healthcare services* with an outreach Registered Nurse (in-home or on the streets)
*Includes: STI testing, wound care, facilitating health care access (referrals, transportation, and accompanying to appointments)

Housing and Food Security

Filling out housing applications (supportive housing, independent housing). Supporting with move-ins and move-outs. Advocating for tenant rights. In-reach check-ins

Checking-in with over 80 people weekly while providing food*, snacks, and supports*Includes: cultural foods (made in Songhees) like fry bread and soup

Reconnecting to Culture & Cultural Support

Organizing cultural events and workshops. Seeking cultural support from knowledge keepers. Land-based healing. Language revitalization. Hosting monthly cultural reconnection dinners. Ensuring cultural support* is provided based on needs*Includes: brushing, smudging, Elder support, morning cleanse and bath, sweat lodge

Connecting to Resources

Driving to/from appointments. Finding counsellors and services based on expressed needs and preferences. Applying to Indigenous treatment centres. Completing and submitting ID applications, including Status Card

Collaborating with other organizations

Chairing and collaborating with outreach workers from other organizations through the Indigenous Outreach Workers (IOW) Network.

Harm Reduction REQUIRES COLLABORATION and relationship

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