Addressing stigma as a catalyst to reduce alcohol use in pregnancy

Substance use and addiction are highly stigmatized, particularly for pregnant women and women of reproductive age. Women who use substances often experience multiple forms of

CCSA: My Journey Begins with Compassion

Stigma is a major barrier to the well-being and recovery of people with lived and living experience of substance use disorders. This animated video about

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

Borgen Magazine: Challenging the Stigma Framing FASD in South Africa

Challenging the Stigma Framing FASD in South Africa ON MARCH 17, 2021GLOBAL HEALTH ATLANTA, Georgia — South Africa has the highest rate of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum

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

Lindsay Wolfson MPH | Rose A. Schmidt MPH | Julie Stinson MA | Nancy Poole PhD AbstractPregnant women and mothers who use substances often face significant barriers

CanFASD: Language Matters: National Addictions Awareness Week

November 22 to 28 is National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW). This year’s campaign, Change Begins with Me, focuses on ending the stigma surrounding substance use and encouraging everyone to

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