Learn how we helped save North America's first prescription heroin program with the aid of a courageous community who rallied around this life-saving service.
The Pivot Blog
A heartfelt story from a mother whose son may have been alive today if clean heroin had been available as part of Heroin Assisted Therapy (HAT). Lindsey was using heroin at the age of 15. The family was told there was a six to nine month waiting list for help.
It's controversial but it works. Heroin is legal for treating addiction in Switzerland, Denmark, Germany and the UK. The evidence shows Heroin Assisted Treatment (HAT) works, and can also reduce crime and human suffering. "It benefits everybody."
We, along with Sex Workers United Against Violence and the PACE Society helped overturn Canada's harmful sex work laws. Learn how it happened.
Executive Director Katrina Pacey to step down as leader of BC’s leading human rights legal advocacy organization
After 17 years with Pivot Legal Society, Pacey leaves the organization in its strongest and most energized phase yet.
Ending discrimination on the basis of social condition: The next frontier in the fight for affordable housing
"Social condition is the situation you have in society because of your income, your occupation or your level of education."
For the second time, the City Of Maple Ridge backed away from an injunction order after presented with evidence of the safety and security benefits of Anita Place.