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Harm Reduction Resources Available to Delta Residents

Harm Reduction Resources Available to Delta Residents


Harm reduction is a public health approach which seeks to minimize the social and health risks of substance use. This can include, but is not limited to, needle exchange, safe injection sites, and overdose prevention. The following resources are available to Delta residents:


1.Fraser Health’s Harm Reduction Marketplace. Harm reduction supplies can be ordered free from this website and shipped to your home. The website address is


  1. Delta Community Action Team (from their website) “was established in 2018 to identify and develop partnerships to address the toxic drug supply crisis at a local level. We currently are comprised of multiple community partners from Delta and our work is informed and led by Delta residents who are People with Lived and Living Experience (PWLLE) with substance use”. This community action team can be contacted via email:


  1. Lookout Mobile Harm Reduction Outreach Teamconsists of outreach workers who deliver harm reduction supplies to groups, individuals and organizations throughout Langley, Aldergrove, Delta and White Rock. The goal is to build rapport with individuals, foster community partnerships and provide education with people who would not normally attend our services”. For more information, please contact Surrey Health Solutions at (604) 588-9004.


  1. Deltassist Family and Community Services. (Take Home Naloxone). (604)594-3455.


  1. North Delta Public Health Unit, 11245 84 Avenue. Delta, BC. Phone: (604)507-5400, provides harm reduction supplies. This includes needle distribution. safer injection, inhalation and sex supplies, Take-Home Naloxone and fentanyl screening strip kits.


  1. South Delta Public Health Unit, #1826 – 4949 Canoe Pass Way. Delta, BC. Phone: (604)952-3550. (Take Home Naloxone).


  1. Local pharmacies (Take Home Naloxone).


  1. SafePoint Supervised Consumption a “health service where individuals can inject or consume

substances in a hygienic environment under the supervision of trained staff, and have opportunities to engage in other health and social services”. 13459 107A Avenue, Surrey, BC. (604)587-7898.


  1. SafePoint Drug Checking. Provides fentanyl test strips. Same address as above.


  1. Toward the Heart– BC Centre for Disease Control harm reduction services. Includes instruction on use of naloxone. The website address is:


  1. Fraser Health – Stay Safer Website. Resources for safer substance use and connections to substance use services. Website address is:


  1. Remote witnessing options for those who choose to use alone include strategies, apps, and texting services. These allow the person to check in online or via phone before and after, and for emergency services to be initiated for them if needed. The website address is:


  1. Fraser Health Overdose Outreach Team. This service assists those who “are more likely to experience a toxic drug poisoning and would like support in accessing services to help reduce their risk”. To contact them, provide them with your name, address and phone number in one of these ways: Email:; Fax: 604-930-5432; Phone: 236-332-4857 (text or leave a voicemail msg).
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