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Opioid Resource Hub

Welcome

Welcome to the home of the Opioid Resource Hub (ORH or "The Hub"), a project that focuses on opioid awareness, treatment solutions, and education.

This site and its resources are intended for:

In Related News

 

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The Centre for Addiction for Mental Health teamed up with the Chiefs of Ontario (COO) and the Ontario First Nations Young Peoples Council to address the harmful use of prescription opioids among First Nation youth. Check out this video public service announcement!

 

Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care Conference

For many years this annual event was coordinated by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) under the title: Ontario Methadone Prescribers' Conference.

For the last two years, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has collaborated with the CPSO to organize this event, and this year CAMH takes the leadership role.

There are two goals for this conference:

  1. The first is to highlight topics such as treatment approaches, harm reduction strategies, clinical guidelines and new evidence in the field of opioid use disorder.
  2. The second goal is to network with peers, which is particularly beneficial for people working in remote communities.

For more information about this conference or to register please visit:

https://www.porticonetwork.ca/web/opioid-use-disorder-in-primary-care

Looking for Resources?

The Opioid Resource Hub has several FREE resources for organizations. You can place orders here! Or contact us at orh@camh.ca for inquiries.

Some of our resources include:

*également disponible en français

Check out this new infographic!

An infographic about the dangers of fentanyl

New Video About Fentanyl

 

As part of CAMH's ongoing Mental Health In The News video series, Dr. Peter Selby, Clinician Scientist in the Addictions Division and Director of Medical Education and Dr. Daniel Mueller, Head of the Pharmacogenetics Research Clinic, discuss the rise in fentanyl overdoses and how easier access to the anti-opioid drug Naloxone can help.