Prairie Harm Reduction

Through statistical analysis including of crime rates, overdose deaths, HIV infection rate, clients viral load and CD4 count, children kept out of foster care, and children returned to their parents, we evaluate our impacts.

Where to find us:

Location

1516 20th St W

Saskatoon, SK

S7M 0Z6

(306) 242-5005

Hours:
Monday – Friday
10:30am – 4pm

Where to find us:

Financial gifts

Financial donations pay for Naloxone kits, food, coffee, and our employment training program.

What we need:

Baby Items
Food Items
Household Items

Volunteer time:

– Cleaning – Monthly Community Garbage Pick-up – First Wednesday of every month 9:00am-10:00am – Clean up garage around Pleasant Hill with staff and other volunteers

How you can help

Financial Donations

Financial donations pay for Naloxone kits, food, coffee, and our employment training program.

Cheques can be mailed to:
PO Box 4062 Saskatoon SK  S7K 4E3

Or donate online DONATE NOW

Item Donations

Items can be dropped off at 1516 20th St W Saskatoon SK
Phone: 306-242-5005

More Ways to Help

Safe Consumption Site: Prairie Harm Reduction operates Saskatchewan’s First Safe Consumption Site. This service prevents overdoses and other adverse medical effects associated with using drugs by having people use drugs under the observation of a Primary Care Paramedic.

This program is exclusively funded by fundraising dollars. Donate if you are able.

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More about us

Community Impact

Through statistical analysis including of crime rates, overdose deaths, HIV infection rate, clients viral load and CD4 count, children kept out of foster care, and children returned to their parents, we evaluate our impacts. We also conduct qualitative client surveys to determine that we are meeting their needs.

Financial Breakdown

Financial donations pay for Naloxone kits, food, coffee, and our employment training program.

Our Philosophy

Everyone should feel safe, valued, and that their life has improved. We serve people who use drugs, and people living with and at-risk of HIV, and Hepatitis C. Our mandate is to serve people at-risk for and affected by HIV and HepC by reducing discrimination and deaths, removing barriers, pursuing innovation and demonstrating evidence-based outcomes.

Programs and Services

Through two outreach teams, and at our Drop-In Centre we offer Support Services, a Family Support Program, a Drop-In Centre and Safe Consumption Site, and professional development. These services include systems navigation, housing, transportation, and advocacy for people with and without children. We have a safe space for people who use drugs to access services in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.