Substance Use Prevention and Health Promotion Toolkit Now AvailableHealth promotion and substance use prevention
work hand-in-hand to delay, reduce or eliminate substance use and to strengthen health and resiliency. They work at the individual, community and environmental levels.
Effective prevention and promotion interventions require planning, incremental implementation and evaluation.
Women and Problematic Substance Use Toolkit
Professionals assisting women in the areas of substance use and addiction need to be aware of the strengths and challenges facing women and the reasons that led them to use substances. Such knowledge can inform and improve prevention and screening efforts, treatment, harm reduction approaches, and research and policy. Read more about the issues in the newest toolkit: Women and Problematic Substance Use
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