CBC: People are drinking more during the pandemic — including parents

Men say they drink because they’re bored, women because of stress Amy Bell · CBC News · Posted: Nov 21, 2020 This story is part of Amy Bell’s Parental Guidance column, which

CCSA New Webinars: Implications of COVID-19 on Public Health and Substance Use in Canada

Please join the CCSA for the continuation of their webinar series on the Implications of COVID-19 on Public Health and Substance Use in Canada. The pandemic has

3 Considerations for Supporting Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Recommended pandemic public health measures like social/physical distancing are meant to promote safety, but they may unintentionally increase the risk of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).

COVID-19 & GENDER-BASEd VIOLENCE IN CANADA: Key Issues and Recommendations

Inspired by the working paper by Peterman and colleagues, Pandemics and Violence Against Women and Children, this document examines how COVID-19 may create “pathways” leading

Exploring the linkages between substance use, COVID-19, and intimate partner violence

Brabete, A. C., Greaves, L., Poole, N., Wolfson, L., Stinson, J., Allen, S.Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health Vancouver, BC Canada IntroductionIntimate partner violence (IPV)

CAMH: COVID-19 pandemic adversely affecting mental health of women and people with children

A mental health gender gap that was forged early in the COVID-19 pandemic has been reinforced, according to the latest survey by The Centre for

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