CCSA – Trauma Informed Care
Trauma is defined as experience that overwhelms an individual’s capacity to cope. Whether it is experienced early in life—for example, as a result of childabuse,
Canada FASD Conference, Registration Open!
Connect, Inspire, Innovate: From Evidence to Action It’s finally here! Registration for the Canada FASD Conference 2023 is now open! Join us at the Canada FASD Conference
Canada’s National Observer: ‘I thought the world was coming down’: Sen. Patrick Brazeau draws on personal struggle to fight for alcohol warning labels
By Matteo Cimellaro | News, Urban Indigenous Communities in Ottawa | February 6th 2023 Warning: This story contains distressing details of self-harm Patrick Brazeau, a non-affiliated senator, is candid about his
CanFASD: Plain Language Guide for the UNCRPD
Human Rights are a universal standard to make sure all people have the opportunity to live with dignity and freedom from fear of harassment and discrimination.
GLobal News: Calgary woman creates fundraiser to encourage people to go alcohol-free for Dry February
By Carolyn Kury de Castillo Retrieved from https://globalnews.ca/news/9444685/calgary-dry-february-fundraiser-challenge/ A Calgary woman is encouraging people to take a break from drinking this month with the help of