Competencies for Canada’s Substance Use Workforce – Final Release

Behavioural and technical competencies describe the necessary behaviours, skills and knowledge required for both regulated and unregulated professionals who work with people who use substances.  The newly updated Competencies for

CCSA Releases Two More Interactive Online Learning Resources

The full suite of stigma learning modules is now online.  Overcoming Stigma now includes three modules, available in French and English. For the two new

Guidelines for Partnering with People with Lived and Living Experience of Substance Use and Their Families and Friends

Author: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction People with lived and living experience of substance use and their families and friends (LLEAFF) are experts in

CCSA News: Almost 40% of Women with Children Report Anxiety Symptoms During COVID-19 Pandemic; Canadians Living with Young Kids Report Increase in Alcohol, Cannabis Consumption

Ottawa, May 6, 2021 — The COVID-19 pandemic is having a greater impact on mental health and substance use for those living in households with children

CCSA: Action on Intimate Partner Violence and Substance Use

(Email communication from the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction) Dear colleague, Women are experiencing increased rates of intimate partner violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public Consultation on Updating Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines Closes on April 18, 2021

Dear colleague, Thousands of people in Canada have already shared their views about alcohol during our public consultation on updating Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines. On behalf of

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