Project Inclusion: Confronting Anti-Homeless and Anti-Substance User Stigma in British Columbia

Project Inclusion is a comprehensive study into the ways in which specific laws and policies in policing, health care, and the court system directly undermine the health and safety of people who are homeless and living with substance use issues by trapping them in a cycle of criminalization.

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homelessness, poverty, law and policy barriers to overdose, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) prevention, opioid crisis
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