New Resources in Punjabi, Simplified and Traditional Chinese

2-3 people die of drug overdose every day in BC. Most die alone, because they kept their drug use hidden from the people closest to them. There are supports, services and resources available to help prevent these tragic deaths.

Having courageous conversations and approaching the topic of substance use with compassion and without blame lets someone know they’re not alone. These conversations aren’t easy. But it could be the most important conversation you ever have—and might even help save a life.

To access resources that have been translated into Punjabi, Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese, click below.

Learn how to have a courageous conversation, how to identify and respond to an overdose, and more.

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Punjabi | ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

Simplified Chinese | 簡體中文

Traditional Chinese | 繁體中文