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National Addictions Awareness Week 2013

11/18/2013 12:00 AM – 11/22/2013 11:59 PM

November 18-22 is National Addiction Awareness Week (NAAW), an annual national campaign by the Canadian Centre for Substance Abuse (CCSA) to highlight issues and solutions to help address alcohol and drug-related harm.

November 18-22 is National Addiction Awareness Week (NAAW), an annual national campaign by the Canadian Centre for Substance Abuse (CCSA) to highlight issues and solutions to help address alcohol and drug-related harm.

In celebration of the week, CAMH will be featuring a number of unique events and highlights as listed below. As new items may be added throughout the week, please be sure to also visit: NAAW 2013: CAMH Events and Highlights

Monday November 18
CAMH launches the Alcohol Research and Treatment Clinic (ARTC)​Led by Dr. Bernard Le Foll​, ARTC brings together an inter-professional team of physicians, nurses and specialized therapists to improve access to pharmacotherapy for the treatment of alcohol dependence. ​​

​​Tuesday November 19
CAMHEducation: Release of Fundamentals of Addiction​
This new handbook provides clinicians with the latest approaches to addiction treatment.​

Wednesday November 20
​CAMHTV: Release of new video highlighting CAMH’s international research on alcohol as a WHO Collaborating Centre​.
CAMHTV: Natural High​ (PSA)
CAMH is teaming up with the Chiefs of Ontario (COO) and the Ontario First Nations Young Peoples Council to address the harmful use of prescription opioids among First Nation youth.
Thursday November 21
Client’s story of addiction
Friday November 22
You can’t treat addiction with willpower and denial

In a recent article published by the Globe and Mail, Dr. Peter Selby, Chief of Addictions at CAMH, talks about addiction, and how it can’t be treated with willpower and denial.​

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