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Simcoe Muskoka Opioid Strategy

ALERT Oct. 18, 2018: Barrie Police are reporting that a dangerous strain of suspected Heroin and/or Cocaine has surfaced within the community. The substance is believed to have a purple colouring and is suspected to have been consumed in a recent sudden death and overdose.
ALERT Aug. 2, 2018: Highly dangerous “Purple Heroin" is present in Simcoe Muskoka and has been found to contain heroin, morphine, fentanyl and carfentanil. Carfentanil is deadly, even in small amounts. 

Simcoe Muskoka Opioid Strategy > Report Bad Drugs
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​​​​​​Anonymously Report Bad Drugs


Sometimes using street drugs means that you don’t know exactly what you are taking. Even when you think you know what you are taking, you may have an unexpected reaction to that substance. The Report Bad Drugs form allows you, or someone who supports you, to report a bad reaction to a drug in order to help others know about bad drugs that may be circulating in your community.

This Report Bad Drugs form is completely ANONYMOUS and no interaction with law enforcement will result. Help keep others safe, by helping us make this important information publicly available. Once you complete the Report Bad Drugs form, it will immediately be available for others to view.

The information collected on this form is completely anonymous. No personal or identifying information will be collected. For further information about the Report Bad Drugs tool, please contact: Cathy Clark, Manager 911 & Emergency Planning, County of Simcoe, by telephone: 705-726-9300, extension 1155.
 
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​This website launched in April 2018 and we are currently collecting data. Please be sure to check the site on a regular basis and feel free to contribute any information you are aware of related to bad drugs.

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No bad drugs have been reported in the last 90 days.
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