The Canadian Prison System: Realities and Innovative Practices
April 22, 2021

Today, harm reduction is slowly making its way into prison settings. However, in reality, this approach is not sufficiently implemented, and often poorly thought out for incarcerated people who use substances. With a critical eye, we will revisit harm reduction policies in prisons, while presenting Canadian examples of innovative projects and programs.


Hard Time: Harm Reduction Policy in Federal Prisons

Real Talk

In-Reach and Prison Needle Exchange Program (PNEP): A PASAN Perspective

  • Nicole Alexander et Chris McNab, Federal In-Reach Community Development Coordinators, PASAN

Harm Reduction in Ontario Provincial Jails

  • Lindsay Jennings, Provincial Hep C Program Coordinator, PASAN

A Project for Access to Naloxone in a Context of Incarceration

  • Marilyn Coutu, Oasis
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