Don’t Panic, Eat Bannock Outreach Van

Our Indigenous based Don’t Panic, Eat Bannock program recognizes that healing, learning, and growth is a process, and community members need access to clean harm reduction supplies, naloxone, and support to reduce rates of blood borne infections and overdose. Our Team utilizes a strengths-based approach that recognizes the courage, honesty, and resiliency involved within an individual’s personal journey of healing. For the purpose of impacting success and reducing cultural barriers, and the stigma that impacts identity and wellness; Indigenous core values, cultural competencies and resources are utilized.

Program Services

  • Services available for individuals residing in the Fraser Salish Region; Surrey to Hope
  • Connection to medical detox
  • Harm reduction outreach to clients in need of harm reduction and safer sex supplies: syringes, glassware, condoms, lube, etc.
  • Intake, action plans, resource referral, follow-up
  • Advocacy/appointment accompaniment
  • Group facilitation, education and Naloxone training
  • Counselling and support

Program Information

Contact: Crystal Wilson
Phone: (604) 595-1170 

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