The Public Health Agency of Canada’s (PHAC) Canadian Best Practices Portal (the Portal) increases access to information to support planning, implementing and evaluating public health programs.
Best practice for women with substance abuse problems can be found in the Parent Child Assistance Programs (PCAP) in Alberta modeled on the work of Dr. Therese Grant and colleagues from the University of Seattle, Washington. The relationship between Alberta and Washington in terms of training and support for women struggling with addiction problems is about prevention, protection and preventing the intergenerational cycle of substance abuse.
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Adult women with FASD often come into contact with child welfare over concerns about their parenting abilities. Referrals to child welfare come from the variety of sources, including the community, health professionals, and schools.