National Anti-drug Strategy funding: First Nations and Inuit addictions services

The Government of Canada funds addictions programs as part of the National Anti-Drug Strategy (NADS) Action Plan. These funds help improve access to quality addictions services for First Nations and Inuit.

NADS has helped:

  • treatment centres change to meet community needs, which include providing services for:
    • women
    • youth
    • people with both mental health and addictions issues
  • treatment centres achieve accreditation
  • addiction workers get proper training and certification
  • review on-reserve addiction services, which led to a national framework aimed at improving programming at community, regional and national levels
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