Prairie Sky Recovery Center is Located in Leipzig Saskatchewan.
They recognize the need to work together and are the first organization to step up and sponsor this project!
Thank you for the trust PSR. Without meaningful contributions from organizations like yours, this project would not be what it is today.
If you or someone you know is ready to walk down the path to healing from the ravages of problematic substance use, you can find help
Funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), CRISM is a national network of researchers, service providers, policy makers and people with lived experience. CRISM ’s overall objective is to translate evidence-based interventions for substance misuse into clinical practice, community-based prevention, harm reduction, and health system changes. Their intent is to support the creation of more effective, personal, and adoptable intervention programs and services. The National CRISM website may be found at: www.crism.ca
Want to learn more about CRISM Prairie Node? Click here
Thank you for the trust and we here at Hard Knox Talks look forward to working into the future with CRISM Prairie Node!
The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan is a non-profit organization that works with women before, during, and after incarceration in order to end recidivism and the poverty cycle. We proudly give a dignified voice to at-risk women, supporting crime prevention through social development.
"Change is constant in life, and we work to ensure that we bring positive change to the lives of those who need it. It is rarely linear or predictable, but with the right knowledge and true determination, we can break old cycles and create a better future."
Thank you for seeing value in what we are doing here at Hard Knox Talks. Without support from organizations like the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan, Hard Knox Talks would not be possible.
Check out the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan here.
Or call (306) 934-4606
Nar-Anon is for family and friends affected by someone's substance use. Reach out to a Nar-Anon Group: Regina (Ronni at 306-731-7573) or Saskatoon (Brenda 306-222-4694/Judi 306-251-1963)
Mission: Improve the quality of life for all members of our community through gold standards in harm reduction; emphasizing local action with national impact
Mandate: Serve people at-risk and affected by HIV and Hepatitis C by reducing discrimination and deaths, removing barriers, pursuing innovation, and demonstrating evidence-based outcomes.
To learn more and make a donation click here.
Healing Hearts Bereavement support is offered by Moms Stop the Harm (MSTH), a network of Canadian families impacted by substance-use-related harms and deaths. MSTH advocates to change failed drug policies and provide peer support to grieving families and those with loved ones who use or have used substances.
Healing Hearts is a free bereavement support group specific to those grieving the loss of a loved one due to overdose or substance-use-related harms.
You can learn more about Healing Hearts Canada Here.
Holding Hope support is offered by Moms Stop the Harm (MSTH), a network of Canadian families impacted by substance-use-related harms and deaths. MSTH advocates to change failed drug policies and provide peer support to grieving families and those with loved ones who use or have used substances.
Holding Hope Groups are peer-led support groups, offered at no cost, to families with loved ones living with addiction (substance use disorder) across Canada.
You can learn more about Holding Hope Canada here.
The Quebec-Atlantic Node includes researchers from several universities and institutions, clinicians, policy-makers, administrators, practitioners, and representatives of substance user groups as well as individuals in different stages of support programs for people living with substance misuse problems.
The expertise and experience of node members and teams make it a dynamic and productive space in which large-scale and innovative research projects are carried out. Its activities contribute to the development, implementation, and evaluation of new evidence-based preventive methods.
To learn more about the CRISM Quebec Atlantic Node click here.