Safer Nightlife Posters and Other Resources
Do you serve youth or adults that party in Toronto’s nightlife scene? These posters highlight simple tips to ensure everyone has fun and stays safe. Please post them in your venue, campus or agency to help promote safer partying. Click on each poster to print your own copy, or to order printed copies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A night to remember is one you can remember
- Consent is hot, Assault is not
- Leave the mixing to the DJ
- Party safer/ Look out for each other + stay in touch
- Have fun tonight, feel better tomorrow/ Drink more water
- Think you over did it?
The posters were developed by Toronto Public Health, TRIP!, the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), and the Asian Community AIDS Service (ACAS). The content reflects evidence-based prevention and harm reduction practice.
Find other Safer Nightlife resources below.
TRIP! provides safer sex and drug information and supplies to party people in Toronto’s electronic music communities.
AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
ACT’s Gay Men’s Sexual Health and Harm Reduction program delivers club/bar and bathhouse outreach for Toronto’s gay/bi/queer men’s party scene, to reduce HIV transmission, and other harms, associated with substance-use. They promote safer party drug use strategies at www.torontovibe.com, and safer crystal meth use at www.himynameistina.com. They also offer SPUNK!, a harm reduction and motivational interviewing support group for gay/bi/queer men to make positive changes regarding substance use.
Asian Community AIDS Services (ACAS)
ACAS MSM Sexual Health and Harm Reduction program delivers outreach to club/bars, Asian-specific parties and events (Asian Xpress), and bathhouse outreach for Toronto’s Asian gay/bi/queer men, to reduce HIV/STIs transmission, promote safer sex and substance use.
Substance Misuse Prevention (Toronto Public Health)
Toronto Public Health provides displays, resources, consultation, training, and support for post secondary schools around safer partying and alcohol policy issues. For more information, contact Toronto Health Connection at 416-338-7600.
The Works (Toronto Public Health)
For more information on the range of harm reduction services and supplies provided by The Works at Toronto Public Health go to The Works.