CTV News, New study: Albertans turning to alcohol and cannabis to cope with pandemic related PTSD

Austin Lee CTV News Lethbridge Video Journalist The study found that 19 per cent of women and 13 per cent of men met the criteria

CBC: Government eliminates user fees for Albertans seeking addictions treatment

Albertans will no longer have to pay out-of-pocket to receive treatment for addictions. The provincial government announced Friday morning that the $40-per-day user fee to

CBC: Domestic violence calls on rise during pandemic, yet Alberta shelters ‘eerily quiet’

Josee St-Onge · CBC News · Posted: Oct 13, 2020 6:00 AM MT When COVID-19 arrived in Alberta, it was no surprise to police the pandemic brought with it

Alberta: The FASD Patient Journey

Click here to download ‘The FASD Patient Journey’. Executive Summary In September 2018, the Alberta FASD Cross Ministry Committee initiated an FASD Patient Journey Project

Edmonton Journal: Alberta to add 400 new drug treatment beds through five new recovery communities

Jason Luan, associate minister of mental health and addiction GAVIN YOUNG / Postmedia, file Five new long-term treatment centres for drug addiction will be constructed in Alberta,

Updated May 2020: ‘Your Guide To AISH’

(Introduction excerpt from the guide) The AISH program The Assured Income for Severely Handicapped (AISH) program provides financial and health benefits to eligible adult Albertans

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