Examining barriers to harm reduction and child welfare services for pregnant women and mothers who use substances using a stigma action framework

Wolfson L, Schmidt RA, Stinson J, Poole N. Examining barriers to harm reduction and child welfare services for pregnant women and mothers who use substances

Pregnant and early parenting Indigenous women who use substances in Canada: A scoping review of health and social issues, supports, and strategies

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How preventing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is about gender, trauma and harm reduction

Dr. Nancy Poole discusses the importance of considering gender, trauma and harm reduction for reducing stigma and better understanding pregnant women’s experiences of substance misuse.

CBC White Coat, Black Art: From zero tolerance to open dialogue: How harm reduction is shifting the conversation on drug use

Nick Jakubiak speaks with peers at Skylark, a Toronto-based charity that helps children and parents struggling with mental health and developmental needs. (Submitted by Nick Jakubiak)

CCSA Survey: Substance Use in Canada 2020

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CBC: Alberta to fund 4,000 addiction recovery beds over next 4 years

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