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Drug And Alcohol Prevention & Education Programs In Quebec

Within the province of Quebec, there are many different drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities and programs available to help addicts and anyone battling a substance abuse problem. Many of the facilities located in the province also happen to provide drug education and prevention programs for men, women, and youth living in different towns and cities throughout the province. In the province, there are just over five different facilities that are able to provide drug education and prevention; these facilities are located in different cities and towns and provide effective education and prevention for schools, communities, and business. Within the province, there have been many different problems with youth becoming addicted to different kinds of drugs and medications, and this has forced the province to take measures to help handle the problem and treat the youth struggling with these problems. Drug prevention and education in the province help youth understand the dangers of drugs and addiction, and along with the dangers of alcohol abuse. This information is developed in a way that anyone can retain it, and use useful life skills and tools to make smart decisions when it comes to drugs and alcohol. Because drug addiction can happen quickly it is important that the right information is handed out to people within the communities, and by doing this it can help save a life.

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

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