National Addictions Awareness Week
National Addictions Awareness Week is a Health Promotion Week dedicated to the prevention, education, and awareness surrounding addictions. This year’s theme is “Driving Change Together” (#DrivingChangeTogether), which emphasizes that we are not in this alone, and it takes all of us to create change!
Social Media Themed Content
In the spirit of this, we would like to recognize National Addictions Awareness Week and raise awareness, reduce stigma, and show our support to all of those affected by addictions. We will share themed content on our social media channels all week – so be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn to see the posts and share them! You can download the content below in the section called ‘Related Files.’
STC Addictions Services and Programs
The STC Community Addictions Prevention Program (CAPP) aims to provide individualized holistic, comprehensive addictions services which include:
- Pre-treatment and assessments
- Referrals to additional supports
- Counselling services
- Crisis Intervention
- Follow-up services
- Alternative activities/harm reduction
Addictions are a community responsibility, and together, we can make a difference.
Event: “Driving Change Together” Community Walk for Addictions
Wednesday, November 24, 2021, at 1 pm.
Saskatoon Tribal Council Health Centre
1514 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK
Download poster (PDF)
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please contact the STC Health Centre (306-956-0345) to connect with one of our Urban Wellness Workers, or contact your local STC Member Nation Community Health Clinic to connect with a CAPP or Livingwell Worker.
Join the conversation on social media using #DrivingChangeTogether, #NAAW, and #Recovery.