OUR MISSION

To do what we can with the tools and knowledge at our disposal to help reduce harm to people who use drugs in our community and work towards an end to stigma and discrimination against people who use drugs. To educate our community about harm reduction and the realities of addiction and drug use. To provide a judgement free space for people who use drugs in our community to access free harm reduction materials, Naloxone, and other resources without systemic barriers. To provide a judgement free location for SHARPS waste disposal.

Outside our office in West Street South people in our community can access a discrete 24 hour access SHARPS bin provided by the HKPR District Health Unit and emptied by Peterborough Aids Resource Network.


NALOXONE AVAILABLE HERE!

Feeding Fenelon is a Naloxone Distribution Site through the HKPR District Health Unit.

WHERE AND WHEN

Our office is currently open by appointment only.

 

We are located at the intersection of

West Street South and Murray Street.

If you can not find our office please call

1-705-308-6767

 

If you need access to harm reduction supplies outside of this time please email us at

 

CONTACT@FEEDINGFENELON.COM

or call / text

1-705-308-6767

 

we also offer free delivery!


SUPPLIES AVAILABLE

  • Short needle kits

  • Long needle kits

  • Inhalation kits

  • Crystal Meth kits

  • Foils

  • Glass stems

  • Coloured straws

  • Skin care kits

  • Personal, carry size, SHARPS container

  • Naloxone

  • HIV rapid tests

  • Fentanyl test kits

  • xylazine test kits

  • covid tests

  • N-95 equivalent masks

We also operate as a needle exchange location and used harm reduction materials such as needles, bowls, pipes, and stems can be disposed of at our office. 

 

WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND A NEEDLE?

Call mobile outreach at PARN, 705-559-0656, for information about safe needle clean-up or to arrange needle pick-up and disposal.

 

Personal needle disposal bins are also available for pick-up at the Health Unit and other at other Needle Exchange Sites.  

How to safely pick up a discarded needle:

  1. Use tongs or puncture resistant gloves.

  2. Hold the needle tip away from you.

  3. Put the needle into a sharps container or plastic container with a lid.

  4. Do not put the container in the garbage or recycling bin.