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Teacher Information Series

Page history last edited by Corinne Hansen 4 years, 1 month ago

 

Teacher Information Series                                                                                         Drugsfool.ca - information about fentanyl (also see below)

 

Kids have always experimented and pushed the boundaries of what they should and shouldn’t do. They need to prove things to themselves and to their peers—it’s a part of growing up. When tobacco, alcohol, other drugs or gambling is involved, experimentation can become a dangerous progression that may lead to dependency or an addiction. The Teacher Information Series is designed to give teachers like you factual information to help you engage students in talking about substance abuse and gambling and allow them to make informed lifestyle decisions and healthy choices.

 

Lesson Plans for each Grade


Junior High School


 

Senior High School

 

 


 

Alberta Health Services is committed to address the increased use of fentanyl. The information and resources are available to support staff and community agencies when working with individuals who may be using illicit fentanyl or misusing fentanyl.

 

Fentanyl Information 

 

 


 

AHS Addiction and Mental Health expert advice in the area of addiction is often sought by schools and other community groups. AHS Addiction and Mental Health provides consultation to the community in a number of areas important in preventing substance use and abuse by youth. These include resiliency, drug information, policy, resource development and programming expertise.

 


All resources listed here have been reviewed as meeting recommended practice guidelines and are listed in either  the Alberta Health Services Comprehensive School Health Listing and the Central Zone Health Resource List Addendum for Teachers, or have been recommended as a credible resource and reviewed. This is the  tool that we use for approval of resources - 2014 Criteria for Website Approval CZ School Health Wiki.docx (new).docx 


 

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