Albertans can now access addiction treatment free of charge at the new Lethbridge Recovery Community.
Alberta’s government is investing more funding into domestic violence prevention and supporting food security in women’s shelters across the province.
Alberta’s government is expanding mental health supports in schools to support positive mental health outcomes for children and youth.
A new recovery community on Enoch Cree Nation will help support people struggling with addiction in the Edmonton area.
Budget 2023 is securing Alberta’s future by providing more than 410 more affordable housing units for Albertans in need.
Alberta’s government is partnering with CASA Mental Health to expand youth mental health supports to ensure youth across Alberta can access treatment closer to home.
Alberta’s government is investing in detox, recovery and dynamic overdose response services at the Drop-In Centre in Calgary.
Overdose prevention services in Red Deer will soon transition to a mobile site operated by Alberta Health Services.
Pre-treatment programs can be a bridge between detox and treatment for people who are pursuing recovery from addiction.
Alberta’s government will expand opioid addiction supports to youth and young adults to support recovery and prevent overdose deaths.