Alcohol Misuse

Where can I get help


Your health care provider or local Health Department will have information to help.

Articles and Publications


Finding Quality Addiction Care in Canada Drug and Alcohol Treatment Guide

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Resources


Additional resources with links about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

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Various links

Alcohol help center

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Please contact your provincial or territorial helpline for information on available treatment services.

Guidelines on youth substance abuse prevention: family skills program

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General information

National alcohol strategy

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Various links

National native alcohol and drug abuse program

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Resources for Aboriginal Peoples

National native alcohol and drug abuse program: treatment centres

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Resources for Aboriginal Peoples

Online alcohol support group

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Various links

Resources on alcohol

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Provides information on alcohol consumption

Documents


Finding Quality Addiction Care in Canada Drug and Alcohol Treatment Guide

Category : Patient / Practitioner / Alcohol Consumption / Introduction / What can I do / Where can I get help
Like other chronic health conditions, addiction requires care and support, so it is critical that you seek help from a professional with skills and expertise in treating addiction.

Guide to address problematic substance use that impacts the workplace

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Various links

Non-Medical Cannabis Resource: Ontario

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It is important to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment that allows for open dialogue. Counsel patients that use non-medical cannabis on harm reduction techniques and potential risk factors.