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Drug And Alcohol Prevention & Education Programs In PEI

Prince Edward Island is a very small province and does not necessarily have a highly large population, but drug and alcohol abuse do impact the people living there as it does in any other province in Canada. There are many different drugs and alcohol treatment resources available in the province, and these also include drug education and prevention programs available to local communities and the people living within them. There are three different facilities located in Charlottetown; one is the Government of Prince Edward Island Lacey House that offers drug prevention and education along with residential treatment for women struggling with addiction. There is also EMental Health Talbot House Extended Care for Men that provides drug education and prevention along with outpatient and residential care for men and youth. Along with these programs, there is the Native Council of Prince Edward Island that does help First Nations people, and can also provide drug education and prevention for First Nations along with outpatient treatment programs and twelve-step meetings. These facilities work with local communities and help men, women, and youth receive up-to-date information about drugs and how easily it can be to become addicted to them. These programs are very important in helping people make smart choices when it comes to drugs, and they have helped many people over the time they have been operating.

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The information below will help you on how to find a drug & alcohol prevention and education program in PEI. 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 Prince Edward Island

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