We need to educate people about drugs. Alouette Addictions Services believes this needs to start at the Elementary School age.
Alouette Additions Services Elementary School Substance Literacy Program. Our experience has taught us that it is common for individuals to first be introduced to drugs in elementary school. The Substance Literacy Program provides opportunities for students to understand the complex ways in which drugs impact the mental health, and physical health and wellbeing of individuals, communities and societies. The program is 100% funded by donations and although it is the first of its kind, it believed that the model could be equally successful in other School Districts and communities in BC. It is most timely that we provide the young students the knowledge and skills needed to survive and thrive in a Province that has declared a Medical Health Emergency regarding the Fentanyl crisis.