SUBSTANCE USE HEALTH
Substance Use Health means taking care of yourself by learning and applying necessary skills, while expressing kindness and compassion for yourself and others. It is an an approach that encompasses harm reduction in promoting individualized and equitable health for all.
Curious or concerned about your personal relationship with substance use?
Try the Substance Use Wellness Tool (SUWT).
CHECK YOURSELF BEFORE YOU WRECK YOURSELF
Not using drugs or drinking is always the safest option, but if you choose to drink or drug...
Ask yourself... "Why am I using the substance?"
Be prepared for the potential harms when drinking or using drugs.
Know how to respond to an overdose.
Go slow, stick to one substance, and avoid using alone.
If drinking or taking drugs, follow these harm reduction tips to have a safer experience before, during, and after, you use these substances:
If you there is any possibility it is an opioid overdose, use Naloxone (or Narcan).
If you suspect someone is overdosing call 911 immediately.
Intoxicated and need help? Go to COR!
Campus Observation Room (COR) non-medical detox service available for Queen's students, alumni, and their guests. We are a voluntary, confidential, and non-judgmental space where those who have had too much to drink can come to sleep it off.
Phone number: 613-533-911
Friday and Saturday nights in the Fall Semester.
9:00 pm - 7:00am
Chez Lenny, Leonard Hall