National Anti-Drug Strategy

The National Anti-Drug Strategy provides a focused approach aimed at reducing the supply of and demand for illicit drugs, addressing prescription drug abuse and addressing the crime associated with illicit drugs. This approach will lead to safer and healthier communities by taking action in 3 priority areas: preventing, treating, and combatting illicit drugs and prescription drug abuse.

Services and information

About the National Anti-Drug Strategy

Action plans, reports, activity overviews and a list of federal partners that support this initiative.

Enforcement Action Plan

How our National Anti-Drug Strategy supports law enforcement and the criminal justice system.

Prevention Action Plan

How the Anti-Drug Strategy Action Plan supports the prevention of illicit drug use and prescription drug abuse.

Treatment Action Plan

How the Anti-Drug Strategy Treatment Action Plan supports drug addiction treatment and rehabilitation.

National Anti-Drug Strategy funding programs

Funding programs from Health Canada, Department of Justice Canada and Public Safety of Canada.

Substance abuse

Abuse of controlled and illegal drugs, prescription drugs and alcohol. How to talk to youth and how to get help.

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