Medication individual who has got ‘died at the very least 30 times’ wants SCS to prevent more opioid fatalities

Medication individual who has got ‘died at the very least 30 times’ wants SCS to prevent more opioid fatalities

The controversial supervised consumption website (SCS) has its own naysayers into the city, but at the least two community people with lived experience are talking up in hopes the “life-saving” center undergoes in Barrie.

At their might 31 conference, city councillors endorsed 11 Innisfil St., while the proposed location for the SCS near downtown Barrie.

An SCS would offer a safe area and sterile gear for people to make use of pre-obtained medications beneath the supervision of health-care staff, where usage means using opioids along with other medications by injection, cigarette smoking, snorting or orally. Continue reading