Funding Programs - National Anti-Drug Strategy

  • Health Canada
    • Substance Use and Addictions Program
      Canada's Substance Use and Addictions Program provides $26.3 million annually to address substance use problems. Funding is used for health promotion, prevention and treatment.
    • National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program
      Find out more about NNADAP's range of mainstream and culturally relevant programs aimed at reducing and preventing alcohol, drug and solvent abuse within Aboriginal communities.
    • National Youth Solvent Abuse Program
      Discover more about NYSAP and its holistic healing programs for First Nations and Inuit youth dealing with solvent abuse issues.
  • Department of Justice Canada - Youth Justice Fund - Anti-Drug Component
    • The Anti-Drug Component of the Department of Justice's Youth Justice Fund has project funding available for treatment opportunities designed to assist youth already in the justice system with their rehabilitation. Resources are available to create connections with community-based programs and services that will help youth make smart choices and resist drug use.
  • Public Safety Canada - National Crime Prevention Centre (NCPC)
    • The National Crime Prevention Centre provides national leadership on effective and cost-effective ways to prevent and reduce crime by addressing risk factors before crime happens. The NCPC's approach is to promote the implementation of effective crime prevention practices through supporting targeted interventions and sharing practical knowledge.
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