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Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Youth is a time of significant growth and change. It is often when risky behaviours take place and substance use begins. These behaviours can result in consequences such as injuries, car crashes, school difficulties and relationship problems. Understanding youth’s needs is essential for providing them with guidance and support. For these reasons, CCSA conducts research, shares knowledge and provides targeted materials to support evidence-based decisions and actions for addressing youth and substance use.

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Dr. Kim Corace, Director of Clinical Programming and Research at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, and Gloria Chaim, Associate Director of Child, Youth and Family Services at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, discuss the importance of delivering youth-led programs and tailored support for young people with substance use disorders.

 

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