Weathered Photography Exhibit

Leslie's son

Leslie's Son

These little moccasins were worn by my youngest son. He grew to be 6'6". He died after being clean for some years, there was fentanyl laced cocaine in his system --before the pandemic. "Some things cannot be fixed, they can only be carried." Megan Devine, Its Ok that You're not OK.

Street Health is pleased to be part of Twenty/Twenty Arts Weathered photography exhibition. Our thanks to everyone who shared photo memorials of family members and friends who have died from overdose. Your photos are a powerful statement that more must be done to prevent these overdose deaths that are killing an average of 55 Ontarians each week.

Street Health’s Overdose Prevention Site (OPS) is a part of the effort to save lives.

We provide service to those who are experiencing homelessness and stigma in Toronto’s south east region. The Ontario Government eliminated  funding for this site in March, 2019. Since that time numerous individuals, family foundation and community groups have been instrumental in maintaining this service. Your donation as part of the Weathered campaign is vital to maintain this site in the coming year.