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Recovery Care Mobile Clinic at Cornwall Public Library
September 16, 2022 – Standard-Freeholder – Shawna O’Neill – Photo Shawna O’Neill / Standard-Freeholder
The Recovery Care Mobile Health Clinic made its first stop outside of the Cornwall Public Library on Thursday. Community members may recognizes the van and its team, which offer a variety of services for those aged 16 and older, including general assessment, support, education, referrals, treatment for substance use, and screening for Hepatitis C. Narcan kits, nicotine replacements, and general wound care is also offered.
Recovery Care Mobile Clinic Makes First Stop at Cornwall Public Library
September 19, 2022 – Seaway News – Krystine Therriault – Photo Krystine Therriault Seaway News)
Since March 2022, the Recovery Care Mobile Clinic has made its way around Cornwall, Akwesasne, and SDG providing addictions and mental health services to marginalized community members. On September 15th, the clinic made its first stop at the Cornwall Public Library, where they will park on Thursdays from 12:30 to 3:30 pm.
New mobile health clinic unveiled
June 15, 2022 – Ottawa City News Everywhere – Chris Kurys – Photo Ottawa Public Health
The mobile health clinic was launched in response to the ongoing opioid crisis and compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic. A new mobile health clinic is being launched to help residents access several integrated services.
Safer Supply Ottawa gets a new home, Health Canada funding
July 31, 2020 – Ottawa Citizen – Bruce Deachman – Photo Julie Oliver / Postmedia
An initiative by health-care groups in Ottawa to replace illicit, possibly fatal drugs with pharmaceutical-grade alternatives took a few steps forward recently with a new central location and much-needed funding.
Opioid-related deaths spike in Ontario during pandemic, new report finds
November 10, 2020 – CTV News – Ben Cousins – Photo Graeme Roy
TORONTO — A new report suggests Ontario is facing a 40-per-cent spike in opioid-related deaths that can be largely attributed to collateral damage from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pandemic ‘one crisis too many’ for those with opioid addiction
April 17, 2020 – Ottawa Citizen – Blair Crawford – Photo Jean Levac / Postmedia
The COVID-19 pandemic has made the need for a safer supply of drugs even more urgent for Ottawa’s homeless drug users, say advocates for the city’s most vulnerable population.
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*Please note that Pathways to Recovery does not directly provide clinical services. If you are in crisis, please call 911 or visit your nearest Emergency Department.