A Mental Health and Addictions Advisory Council has been created to help improve access to mental health and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery services.
Residential addiction treatment provider licensing
New support for treatment and recovery will give Albertans greater access to publicly funded addiction spaces.
Eight experts will hear from Albertans on the social and economic impacts of supervised consumption services on their homes, businesses and communities.
Health Minister Tyler Shandro invited Albertans to share their feedback on Alberta Health Services as part of the review now underway.
Ending Homelessness – A Social Imperative for All
Alberta is preparing to regulate addiction treatment facilities and launch a college to oversee professionals who call themselves counsellors and therapists
The Government of Canada is consulting Canadians on how we can better address substance use issues in Canada from a health perspective. Have your say! Feedback is open until December 4th, 2018. To participate in the online questionnaire, visit Health Canada’s website.
In a ceremony held at Government House on November 4 in Edmonton, this year’s Inspiration Awards recipients include a diverse group of people from across the province. They were honoured for their work in the areas of the prevention of family violence, sexual assault, child abuse and bullying.
On October 6, Aventa was presented with a True Award in the category of True Service, by the Honourable Lois Mitchell, the Lieutenant Governor for the Province of Alberta. The True Service Award is presented to a public body that has shown itself to be of excellence in the delivery of mental health and addiction … Continued