This coalition includes 35 Alberta agencies providing addiction services to Albertans
This collaborative network is committed to advancing education & awareness, promoting best practices and enhancing supports for individuals and families affected by FASD
Aventa is one of the service providers involved in the Prairie CRISM Node which will focus on evidence based addiction treatment and prevention strategies, and establish collaborations, information exchange and resource development across the prairie region.
MESH is a partnership of 5 organizations helping people overcome complex, interrelated barriers of mental health, employment, substance abuse, and housing.
This is a partnership between a Calgary Police Service Constable and Alberta Health Services Nurses. The team is implementing a pilot project designed to prevent risks to newborns by identifying high risk women and facilitating their access to appropriate prenatal programs. Risk factors during pregnancy would include substance abuse, prostitution, domestic violence, mental illness, poverty, isolation, homelessness, etc.
Provincial Addiction Counselling Practice Council
This independent body promotes the delivery of competent, integrated, efficient, ethical, and effective patient centered health care.
Provincial Addiction Curriculum and Experiential Skills (PACES) Training Initiative
This initiative develops provincially accessible addiction curricula that meets the learning needs practitioners who work with adult populations experiencing addiction and concurrent disorders.
Trauma Informed Care – Community of Practice
The CoP facilitates knowledge exchange, resource sharing and capacity building in trauma-informed care among health-care practitioners working in a variety of clinical and community environments.