Opioid Awareness and Education
Everyone who experiences substance use disorder is 'somebody's someone'.
Substance use disorder is a health condition that can affect anyone.
Most people - whether they realize it or not - know someone who is struggling with substance use disorder. It could be your co-worker, your parent or sibling, your child, or your partner.
We all have a role to play in reducing the stigma surrounding substance use disorder and supporting those in our community who are struggling.
- To learn more about the dangers of fentanyl, how to spot and treat a potential overdose, and other frequently asked questions about fentanyl, visit our FAQ page.
- Visit our Educational Resources page to access info sheets, health care modules, and links to more information regarding harm reduction and stigma, treatment options, information for parents and much more.
- For information about the City of Leduc's response to the opioid crisis, please click here.
If you or someone you know needs support for substance use disorder, please contact FCSS at 780-980-7109 or find a comprehensive listing of addiction services available in Alberta at Drug Rehab Services.