Needle and Syringe Program

Offers free information and materials necessary to practice safer drug use and safer sex.  Provides referrals to other sources within the community regarding social services, drug and alcohol treatment centers, social workers, housing and welfare.  Provides education in harm reduction, associated health risks with drug use and how to decrease risk of HIV and other blood borne infections. 

Harm reduction supplies include:

  • Naloxone kits and dose refills
  • Syringes and needle tips
  • Sterile water
  • Alcohol swabs
  • Sterile cotton filters
  • Single-use sterile spoons and cookers
  • Tourniquets or ties
  • Vitamin C strips
  • Condoms
  • Lubricant
  • Dental dams
  • Safer inhalation supplies

 

Organizations that offer this Service
AIDS Network
Sites that offer this Service
AIDS Network Hamilton Location
Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
9:00-17:00

Tuesday:
9:00-17:00

Wednesday:
9:00-17:00

Thursday:
9:00-17:00

Friday:
9:00-17:00

Saturday:
Closed

Mon-Fri
9 am-5 pm
Toll-Free Number: 1-866-563-0563
Website: Website

140 King St E
Suite 101, Hamilton

Eligibility

Open to all.  Persons do not need to be clients of the AIDS Network to access this service.  

Areas Served
Hamilton
Fees
Fee
None
Languages
English
Application Instructions

Contact for information

Contact
Kelly Rattray, HIV Support Worker, AIDS Network
Last Full Update
April 21, 2021