The information on COVID-19 and substance use in this section is organized by the types of audiences looking for information. These audiences include the pubic, service providers, people seeking services, people who use drugs, researchers and policy makers. CCSA cannot vouch for the accuracy or …Tags:
The effects of drug-impaired driving (DID) are underreported and therefore not well understood in Canada. Our country has an incomplete picture of the DID problem. Without additional and more detailed data, it is difficult to effectively address the causes of the issue. However, we do know that the…
Resources about youth substance use and addiction for educators.
Position: Director, Indigenous Partnerships and Strategies Reports to: Chief Operating Officer The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) changes lives by bringing people and knowledge together to reduce the harms of alcohol and other drugs on society. We partner with public, p…
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CCSA proudly led the initiative to update Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines (LRDGs). The project, funded by Health Canada, began in July 2020. The two-and-a-half-year process culminated in the creation of Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health, which replaces the LRDGs. Canada’s Gui…
CCSA brings together knowledge and provides targeted materials to support quality treatment services in Canada.Tags:
Catherine’s areas of expertise includes alcohol policies, alcohol and its relations to women, youth and students, the Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines, the National Alcohol Strategy and the Postsecondary Education Partnership — Alcohol Harm (PEP-AH).Tags:
The Canadian Centre for Substance Use and Addiction addresses the harms associated with drugs and alcohol by participating in key public sector engagement activities.Tags:
The research section features information on quality care, recovery and opioid use treatment for youth.