CCSA’s Issues of Substance Conference

About CCSA

An Act of Parliament with all-party support established CCSA in 1988. A trusted counsel, the Centre provides national leadership in reducing the harms of alcohol and other drugs. 

CCSA has four strategic core functions:

  • Providing National Leadership by creating a common focus and purpose to achieve collective impact.
  • Building Strategic Partnerships by bringing people and knowledge together to develop collective responses and coordinated action.
  • Advancing Research by synthesizing and generating timely evidence to inform practice and policies.
  • Mobilizing Knowledge by expanding the reach and adoption of new and emerging practices.

CCSA’s activities and products are possible through a financial contribution from Health Canada. The views of CCSA do not necessarily represent the views of the Government of Canada.

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