Overdose & Prevention Toolkit
Overdose Prevention Site
*NEW - Squamish Overdose Prevention Site (OPS):
Located in Squamish
37930 Third Avenue,
Providing people at risk of overdose access to low-barrier and lifesaving harm reduction services, including drug checking.
Open 7 days/week, 4pm-10pm.
Learn more about key services here.
(for anyone using alone)
To help save more lives and ensure people who use drugs alone have access to the supports they need.
Designed to prevent overdose death for anyone using drugs alone, the BeSafe Community app requires individuals to have access to a smartphone and an internet connection.
Offering Rapid Access Treatment & Recovery, Wellness & Personal Development.
1 (866) 658-1221 - Toll-free
Pemberton, open 9am-9pm, 7 days/week
First Nations Health Authority
Opioid Agonist Treatment Clinics (OAT)
Vancouver Coastal Health OAT Clinics provide prescribed medicine such as methadone or suboxone, in a supervised clinical setting to treat people who have a problematic pattern of opioid use. Services include clinical assessment, counselling, specialized treatment planning, aftercare, and follow-up.
A referral is required from a family doctor or access through VCH Intake.
Locations in Squamish, Whistler & Pemberton.