Mobile Supervised Consumption Services
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The following Mobile Supervised Consumption Services are available in Interior Health.

​Kamloops ​ ​ ​
North​ Shore​​

ASK Wellness​
​433 Tranquille Rd.


Hours: 1200 to 1530 (Tues - Fri)
Services provided: outreach to surrounding area, overdose prevention and response, naloxone kits, harm reduction supplies, primary care (wound, foot and burn care services), counselling and referral to treatment and other medical services.​

South Shore

​Crossroads Housing 
569 Seymour St.



​​Hours: Harm reduction supplies: 0800 to 1200 (7 days/week), 
           Overdose prevention: 1600 to 1930 (Tues - Fri), 1130 to 1930 (Sat)
Services provided: outreach to surrounding area, overdose prevention and response, harm reduction supplies, primary care (wound, foot and burn care services), counselling and referral to treatment and other medical services  

A mobile overdose prevention unit will be available in the parking lot at each location on the days hours as noted above.

 

​Kelowna  ​(Mobile Unit)
Downtown

455 Leon Avenue (parking lot behind Outreach Urban Health)

Hours: 12:30pm - 5:30pm (Tues-Sat)
Services provided: outreach to surrounding area, overdose prevention and response, naloxone kits, harm reduction supplies, primary care (wound, foot and burn care services), counselling and referral to treatment and other medical services

Rutland

125 Park Road
(side of Rutland Community Dialysis Centre)​

Hours:
7pm - 11:30pm (Tues-Sat)
Services provided: outreach to surrounding area, overdose prevention and response, naloxone kits, harm reduction supplies, primary care (wound, foot and burn care services), counselling and referral to treatment and other medical services
 


Questions/feedback?

Please contact us directly by phone at 250-469-7054 or by email.

Please note: this mailbox is intended for receiving feedback from the public about mobile overdose prevention services – it is not intended to be used to report an overdose emergency, communicate specific personal health care information related to overdose prevention or other health care needs or service. If you or someone else are experiencing an overdose call 911 immediately. If you have questions related to your health or health care services please speak with your health care provider or call HealthLinkBC at 811. For information on overdose prevention visit www.gov.bc.ca/overdose

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