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Drug And Alcohol Prevention & Education Programs In Alberta

The province of Alberta offers many different options and resources for drug treatment and rehabilitation along with effective resources for drug and alcohol prevention and education programs. These drug education and prevention programs are located in just over ten different cities in the province, and many of these programs are offered through Alberta Health Services. Many of the other drug and alcohol education and prevention programs are provided through drug treatment centers in different cities throughout the province. These education and prevention programs provide up-to-date information about drugs, what they are and the different types of drugs being abused in Canada. This includes information about street drugs and pharmaceutical drugs, both legal and illegal as a person can become addicted to either very easily. Prescription drug abuse has always been a problem in Alberta, and this includes prescription pain medications that many people have become addicted to and many cases have overdosed on. Education programs in the province have current up-to-date information on prescription drugs, what the different types are and how addictive they can be if abused and not taken as prescribed. This information also includes how these types of drugs are sold on the black market and how they are illegally imported into Canada and sold to youth and young adults across the country.

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The information below will help you on how to find a drug & alcohol prevention and education program in Alberta. The list could be incomplete, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

List of Drug & Alcohol Prevention and Education Programs in Alberta

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