Dichotomous scores for each indicator were justified with an accompanying written rationale. Working from a lens of social determinants of health, this project will employ two peer Outreach Workers with lived experience to encourage uptake of harm reduction practices, referrals, accompaniment to appointments.
Parents and guardians can have the opportunity to connect with their children and youth to relate their values and demonstrate positive behaviours. External link. Public policy meets morality: conceptual and theoretical challenges in the analysis of morality policy change. We support harm reduction initiatives in our communities that include needle exchange programs and safe needle disposal options.
The most common specific interventions mentioned were syringe distribution programs 4. Brach B. The saga continues: Canadian legislative attempts to reform cannabis law in the twenty-first century.
Dichotomous scores for each indicator were justified with an accompanying written rationale. Parliament of Canada. This resource was developed for programs supported by the harm reduction techniques sex workers in New Brunswick development organization FHIbut also provides practical suggestions that can inform HIV services in Canada.
Find by Location. Other issue not in this list. This project will expand harm reduction peer navigation services provided by Mainline Needle Exchange, operated by the Friendship Society, to support currently underserved communities with Halifax and targeted areas of mainland Nova Scotia.
Given this, it is unsurprising that the provinces and territories performed particularly poorly in specifying key harm reduction population characteristics.
Harm reduction approaches focus on decreasing the negative consequences of high-risk behaviours to individuals, communities and society. This document also demonstrates that endorsing internationally recognized aspects of a harm reduction approach to illegal drugs is potentially politically feasible in the Canadian morality policy context.
Integration of population, program, and governance indicators into one analytic framework remains an outstanding task that would facilitate a more complete assessment of the quality of harm reduction policy frameworks in Canada.