Vancouver health authority wants to hear from drug users about 'bad dope'
It has been six weeks since Vancouver Coastal Health launched an online program for drug users to report overdose-causing drugs, but so far the system has seen very little use.
Real-time Drug Alert and Response (RADAR) is a pilot project that collects anonymous reports from drug users and others about overdose-causing drugs through texts, phone calls and an online submission form.
She still says giving users clean drugs is the best solution, as is done at the Crosstown Clinic.
Liam Britten reports