Reducing substance-related harms in Bruce and Grey counties

As a collaborative of public service providers, businesses and community members, it is our mission to improve the health and wellbeing for individuals, families and communities in Bruce and Grey counties by reducing health and social harms associated with substances.

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More than half of substance-related ER visits in Grey Bruce involve alcohol.

Grey Bruce Health Unit

Health is fundamental to the farm, if you lose your health you can’t do anything else.”

Grey County Farmer

There is a lack of identity and history. There is a need for a connection, a human need for love and belonging and if it’s not there, our people may turn to something else”

Local service provider

Connection is so important. Having someone in your life, a job, spirituality…”

Client of CMHA Grey Bruce Mental Health and Addiction Services

11% of Ontario students report using an opioid nonmedically.

Ontario Student Drug and Health Survey

Staying well is about reaching out. Finding that connection”

Client of CMHA Grey Bruce Mental Health and Addiction Services


Jun 20, 2022

Resources to support the engagement of People With Lived Experience

Looking to engage people with lived experience of substance use and addiction in service planning? Here are some resources to help get you started.

How to Involve People Who Use Drugs. Click HERE.

Peer Positive Toolbook. Click HERE.

Harm Reduction Fundamentals: A toolkit for service providers. Click HERE.

latest resources

May 4, 2023

Grey County Committee Report- Community Drug & Alcohol Strategy Presentation Summary Report


August 29, 2022

Media Release: Overdose memorials planned by friends and families in Grey-Bruce


August 17, 2022

Poster – International Overdose Awareness Day 2022

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