Addictions Awareness

Addictions Awareness

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Addictions Awarness

Addictions Awareness
 
Focuses on healthy lifestyle choices to prevent the use of tobacco and other drugs, and reducing the risk of developing problems with alcohol and gambling by teaching effective coping skills, positive social interactions, spirituality, and balancing work and family.
  
Core Program
Alcohol, Other Drugs, Gambling and Gaming Awareness: Supervisor Training 

AODGGA: Aims to increase one's knowledge and understanding of a variety of issues related to alcohol, other drugs, gambling, and gaming.
Desired Learning Outcome: Learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of addiction, to apply the DND policies around alcohol, other drugs and gambling and understand and develop strategies to promote an addiction-free work environment.

Eligibility: Reg/Res/Foreign Force in Supervisor Positions.
Dates: April 24 (8am-4pm) & 25 (8am-12pm)
Register with your local Health Promotion Department at 306-694-2222 x 5326

Focuses on healthy lifestyle choices to prevent the use of tobacco and other drugs, and reducing the risk of developing problems with alcohol and gambling by teaching effective coping skills, positive social interactions, spirituality, and balancing work and family.


Local and Regional Resources
 
Adult Workshops & Drop In Support
HealthLine 811
Last Door: Breaking the Chains of Addiction
Mental Health and Addictions Support Services
Smoking Cessation
Mental Health & Addictions Unit        306 691-6464
Alcoholics Anonymous   306 693-6888
Al-Anon        306 691-5811
Narcotics Anonymous    306 757-6600
Gamblers Anonymous  800 306-6789
Poison Control           866 454-1212
Methadone Program   306 694-4090
Needle Exchange Program    306 691-6400
Public Health    306 691-1500
Crescent View Clinic 306 691-2040
Providence Place for Holistic Health                  306 694-0201