Algonquin College Umbrella Project
The AC Umbrella Project is a student and staff centered project that provides training, workshops, education, awareness, and support services for students who use substances, and those who care for them.
Algonquin College has undertaken a two year project funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities’ Mental Health Innovation Fund with the goal of providing resources, information, and support to help students reduce the harms of their alcohol, marijuana, and substance use following a “harm reduction” approach. This project is a collaboration between Algonquin’s Student Support Services, Partnerships and Applied Research, community partners Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services, Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health, and Tungasuvvingat Inuit Centre.
For more information about the Umbrella Project, please visit www.algonquincollege.com/umbrellaproject.
ConnexOntario provides 24/7 service information for people experiencing problems with mental health and addictions.
CAPSA is a registered charitable organization that provides receipts for tax purposes for donations 84981-7838-RR-0001. CAPSA has recently received a contribution from Health Canada to expand our work. Community support remains a critical component CAPSA operations.
Community Addictions Peer Support Association
P.O. Box 23121 Fairlawn Plaza
Ottawa, ON, Canada