Integrating Sex and Gender Informed Evidence Into Your Practices: Ten Key Questions on Sex, Gender & Substance Use

Substance use is a complex issue, with many causes and manifestations. It ranges from nonproblematic use to addiction and dependency, chronic disease, and death. It

CanFASD STATEMENT: Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) during the COVID-19 pandemic

CanFASD-Statement-on-Coronavirus The Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research Network and the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health are committed to supporting Canadians, our stakeholders, and

Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health: Supporting Change: Preventing FASD- Video series

A resource to support service providers in their work with women These clips supplement provincial training on alcohol and pregnancy. They grew out of requests

Trauma-Informed Practice Resources

Trauma-informed practice (TIP) is a critically important approach to improving substance use services, programming, policy and health promotion initiatives. Further, unless we integrate a gender

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