A task force to address homelessness will bring together experts and community leaders to find innovative ways to combat homelessness.
A new youth treatment program in Calgary is helping Albertans aged 13 to 18 recover from addiction and mental health challenges.
Construction of the new Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Calgary is well underway, with completion expected in 2022.
The Wellness, Resiliency and Partnership (WRaP): FASD Coaching project gives educators tools and skills to help students with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder thrive.
The Digital Overdose Response System (DORS), a mobile app designed to help Albertans using opioids and other substances while alone in their homes, is now available to everyone in the Calgary area.
Recovery coaches will help people by creating individual recovery plans, helping Albertans experiencing addiction to navigate and integrate back into their communities and build healthy support systems.
The Recovery Access Alberta website is a one-stop shop where Albertans can find addiction-related programs and services to meet their specific needs.
Alberta’s government is continuing our commitment to implementing a holistic recovery-oriented system of care that includes prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery.
Addictions Awareness Week: Associate Minister Luan – November 23, 2020
Alberta’s government has eliminated user fees for all Albertans accessing publicly funded addiction treatment beds.