The links below are sites to locate information on topics included in the Mike and Vicki resource.
- AA Canada
Alcoholics Anonymous support group Web site.
- Canadian Assembly of Narcotics Anonymous
Canadian Web site of the Narcotics Anonymous Association that provides information and services to recovering drug addicts.
- Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse
National addictions agency that provides objective information and advice on substance abuse and addictions.
- Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Canada’s largest health sciences centre devoted to mental illness and addiction.
- DEAL (Drug Education and Awareness for Life)
An awareness program that provides information on drugs and drug-related issues.
- Health Canada: Drug Strategy and Controlled Substances Program
- Kaiser Foundation
Helps communities prevent and reduce the harm associated with substance abuse and addiction.
- RCMP Drug Awareness
Committed to making communities safe and healthy by reducing substance abuse and related problems.
Provides people with tips and advice on how to plan parties so that they’re both great and safe.
- TeenNet Cyberisle
An interactive Web site designed by youth – for youth – with information on smoking, drugs and sex.
- Canadian Addiction Survey (CAS)
Highlights of a national survey of Canadians’ (aged 15 and older) use of alcohol and other drugs.
- Centre for Addictions Research of BC (CARBC)
The Centre for Addictions Research of BC (CARBC) is a network of individuals and groups dedicated to the study of substance use and addiction in support of community-wide efforts to promote health and reduce harm.
- Here to Help
Here to Help is a website of the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information. We’re working together to help people better prevent and manage mental health and substance use problems and live a healthier life.
- Get the Low Down
Guide to teenage Health
- Need Help because of Sexting?
A site for you (or a friend, peer or sibling) if you have been involved in a self/peer exploitation incident (otherwise known as “sexting”).