"Churches across Canada have a role to play in the current opioid overdose crisis, says the Rev. Monique Stone, rector of the three-point Parish of Huntley in the diocese of Ottawa" (p. 1). Stone "who has a 16-year-old daughter, organized a Naloxone workshop at St. Thomas the Apostle Anglican Church on February 23  for 20 clergy, including Diocesan Bishop John Chapman, Naloxone is used to temporarily block the effects of opioid overdoses" (p. 1). "Since the clergy gathering, at least five other Anglican churches in the diocese have either held or were planning similar workshops" (p. 12). "Stone has also offered to accompany youth who are apprehensive about getting a Naloxone kit from the pharmacy. 'They can come to see me and I will walk with them to the pharmacy, and I will get a new Naloxone kit for them', she said. 'We are a non-judgmental sanctuary for anyone who needs to get a Naloxone kit'" (p. 12).