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<div class="ExternalClassC9887DE2DF384AFBA1978E2B041C1E61"><p>Teams of trained staff provide people who use illegal drugs with a safe space to be monitored while they use, to help prevent and recover from overdoses. The site has six booths. </p><p>VCH provides clinical support and harm reduction supplies, while PHS Community Services Society staff’s the site. </p><p>The new space also serves as a learning lab where regular training and workshops will be held to teach people how to administer naloxone and how to set up overdose prevention services. </p><p><img src="/PublishingImages/Molson-Overdose-Prevention-Site-and-Lab.JPG?RenditionID=1" alt=" " style="margin:5px;" /><br></p></div>166 East Hastings Street<div class="ExternalClass60AC8C506C1747D3A8B3C4761F7941E3"><p>​Daily, 1 p.m. – 11 p.m.<br></p><p>24 hours a day during Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each cheque week. <br></p></div>V6A 1N4BC<div class="ExternalClassB1CBEBB169974CDA98CF1A5F783D0F13"><p>​Street and paid parking is available in the area. <br></p></div>49.2810638,-123.10054300000002<div class="ExternalClassE716958D298D4A0CA975A666F5FAB955"><div><p>​<a href="http://www.vch.ca/overdose">www.vch.ca/overdose</a><br></p></div></div>Alley entrance

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