Fostering Equity in Virtual Care for Substance Use

COVID-19 has driven a shift toward virtual services, including substance use care. However, many equity-deserving populations in Canada still lack access to these virtual resources.

Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health Communications Toolkit

The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) has developed the new Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health Communications Toolkit. The online toolkit can be used

Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health: Final Report

Summarizes the evidence drawn from worldwide evidence reviews, mathematical modelling, and extensive consultations and discussions. The Guidance provides people in Canada with accurate and current

Researchers consider how to ‘denormalize’ drinking culture ahead of new alcohol guide

Retrieved from Camille BainsThe Canadian Press Lee-Anne Richardson is celebrating the three-year anniversary of a support group she founded for people who’ve decided to

Overcoming Stigma Through Language, A Primer

The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) designed Overcoming Stigma Through Language: A Primer to increase understanding of the devastating stigma associated with

CCSA: Understanding Substance Use

This first education module explains the spectrum of substance use, problematic substance use and substance use disorder, strategies for reducing harm, and how to build

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