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Supplies & Support

If you are looking for safe consumption supplies, please visit the Northreach website for more information

Supplies:

Harm reduction supplies is available through Northreach Society:

Office: Needles, steri-cups, sterile water, citric, ties, filters, alcohol swabs and sharps containers are available during regular business hours.

Outreach: The outreach teams carry the above items on weekdays from 8:30AM – 4:30PM  to the downtown core.

Pharmacies: Needles and alcohol swabs are available in premade kits supplied by Northreach through the following pharmacies:

  • Save On Foods
  • Northside Safeway
  • Walmart
  • Shamrock (Downtown Co-op)
  • Northside Co-op Pharmacy
  • Costco
  • Superstore
  • London Drugs
  • Shoppers (Cobblestone)
  • Pharmasave (Junction Point)
  • Sexsmith Rx Drug Mart
  • Beaverlodge Rexall

Support:

Canadian Mental Health Association
780-814-2349

Access to resources to support mental health. Programs include housing supports, mobile addictions outreach, and group programming.

Grande Prairie Friendship Centre
780-532-5722
10507 – 98 Avenue

We provide naloxone training and distribute kits, access to culturally safe spaces, traditional sharing circles and community awareness as well as referrals to harm reduction services and treatment services providers.

Northreach Society
780-538-3388

Northreach offers free Harm Reduction Supplies to the community. Our supplies include safer sex items, such as a variety of condoms and lubricant, and safer substance consumption supplies, such as needles, cookers, sterile water, etc. All supplies are available at our office; we use discretion and anonymity for those seeking supplies.

City of Grande Prairie Mobile Outreach Program
780-830-7094

The City of Grande Prairie’s Mobile Outreach Program (MOP) is a diversion program focused on mitigating the impacts of street level social disorder, addiction and public intoxication. MOP assists businesses and residents in handling their concerns related to the street engaged population. Concerns may include: trespassing, loitering, disturbances, public intoxication, needle debris and encampments.

The MOP is intended to provide immediate support for a client’s basic needs and navigation through local service systems such as emergency shelters, health care, addictions treatment and housing.

Saint Lawrence Centre
780-533-2885 | 10012 97A Street
saintlawrencecentre.ca

Drop-in respite, free wi-fi, showers and shelter for street engaged individuals.