Strategies & Actions

No One Chooses Addiction - Stop Stigma Survey

No one chooses addiction. People who use drugs come from all walks of life - they are parents, children, friends, co-workers, and neighbours. Many people with substance use disorders face barriers in getting the support and services they need because of the stigma that surrounds addiction. To learn more about the stigma around substance abuse please visit www.hamilton.ca/SeeThePerson.

The Hamilton Drug Strategy is looking for feedback on the "See the Person. Stop Stigma." campaign to help address the harms associated with drug use in Hamilton. Please complete the below survey.

Campaign promotion
What encouraged you to visit the campaign website? *
Campaign Actions & Outcomes
Which message stands out to you from our campaign? *
Collection Notice

The City of Hamilton collects information under authority of Section 227 of the Municipal Act, 2001. Any personal information collected for the See the Person stigma campaign will be used for evaluation purposes related to this project. 

Information collected for this initiative may be stored on servers located in Canada and the United States and may be subject to Canadian and/or American laws. Questions about the collection of this personal information can be directed to Shawna Scale, Health Promotion Specialist, Public Health Services, 4th Floor 100 Main Street West, 905-545-2424 ext. 7460, [email protected].