CCSA: Resources on Alcohol to Support Education, Screening and Treatment

Resources on Alcohol to Support Education, Screening and Treatment In 2017, more than 23 million Canadians over the age of 15 drank alcohol. In 2014,

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction: Alcohol (Canadian Drug Summary)

‘Alcohol’ summarizes data on the use and risky use of alcohol, including information on drinking patterns, effects on youth and older adults, legal status, costs

Observations on Cannabis Legalization in Canada / Observations sur la légalisation du cannabis au Canada

Observations on Cannabis Legalization in Canada The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addition (CCSA) conducts research, brings together knowledge and provides targeted materials to

Video: Understanding Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines

Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines were created to help Canadian adults, who choose to drink alcohol, make informed choices about alcohol consumption to minimize associated

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