Portions of the pedestrian sidewalk and roadway on the east side of Coxwell Avenue will be closed December 9 - 24 (approx.) due to City of Toronto work within the area. Pedestrians and vehicular traffic are asked to please follow onsite safety signage.
Access to Naloxone Kits & Training
If you have current or past history of heroin, opium or narcotic use or if you spend time with people that use these substances, we strongly recommend that you get overdose training and an overdose response kit containing naloxone.
- can reverse the effects of an opiate overdose
- is easily administered
Make an appointment
Naloxone kits and training are available from The Works at Toronto Public Health, and from many pharmacies. Call to make an appointment for your naloxone kit and training.
The Works – Toronto Public Health
Drop in: 277 Victoria Street (Yonge and Dundas)
Onsite training hours: Monday—Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Drug Basic Pharmacy
1068 Danforth Avenue
If you are an patient in our care and you have a naloxone kit we will keep in our medication safekeeping and release it to you when you leave the unit.