Service utilization patterns and characteristics among clients of integrated supervised consumption sites in Toronto, Canada



Supervised consumption services (SCS), intended to reduce morbidity and mortality among people who inject drugs, have been implemented in a variety of delivery models. We describe and compare access to and uptake of co-located and external services among clients accessing harm reduction-embedded (HR-embedded) and community health center-embedded (CHC-embedded) SCS models.

Safer Opioid Supply Program Summary Report

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The Safer Opioid Supply (SOS) Program was started in 2016 at the London Intercommunity Health Centre (LIHC). The development of this program was informed by the recognition that traditional substance use and addiction treatment programs were not meeting the needs of some LIHC clients, particularly people who use drugs who were experiencing homelessness, street-involved, or disconnected from traditional models of healthcare delivery.