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Bibliography: Harm Reduction Toolkit

Below are the references for information included in the Umbrella Project Toolkit.

Sources

Aboriginal Healing Foundation. (2007). Addictive Behaviours Among Aboriginal People in Canada. Ottawa: Aboriginal Healing Foundation.

Administration, S. A. (2017, January). Home. Retrieved February 2017, from National Survey on Drug Use and Health: https://nsduhweb.rti.org/respweb/homepage.cfm - opens in a new window

Algonquin College Students’ Association. (2016, February 1). Algonquin College Umbrella Project. Retrieved January 3, 2017, from YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eXcYHfeUVI - opens in a new window

American College Health Association. (2016). American College Health Association - National College Health Assessment II: Ontario Canada Reference Group Executive Summary Spring 2016. Hanover, MD: American College Health Association.

American College Health Association. (2013). American College Health Association - National College Health Assessment II: Ontario Province Reference Group Executive Summary Spring 2013. Hanover, MD: American College Health Association.

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. (2017). Postsecondary Education Partnership - Alcohol Harms. Retrieved January 3, 2017, from Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse: http://www.ccsa.ca/Eng/collaboration/Postsecondary-Education-Partnership-Alcohol-Harms/Pages/default.aspx - opens in a new window

Community Addictions Peer Support Association. (2017). Welcome. Retrieved January 3, 2017, from Recovery Day Ottawa: http://www.recoverydayottawa.ca/ - opens in a new window

Counselling & Psychological Services San Diego State University. (n.d.). About Us. Retrieved January 3, 2017, from eCheckup To Go: http://www.echeckuptogo.com/about - opens in a new window

Erickson, P., Butters, J., & Walko, K. e. (2002). CAMH and Harm Reduction: A Background Paper on its Meaning and Application for Substance Use Issues. Toronto: CAMH.

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Many Voices of Recovery. (2005). About ManyFaces1Voice. Retrieved January 3, 2017, from Many Faces 1 Voice, A Faces & Voices of Recovery Campaign: http://manyfaces1voice.org/about-manyfaces1voice-campaign.php - opens in a new window

Marsh, T. N., Coholic, D., Cote-Meek, S., & Najavits, L. M. (2015). Blending Aboriginal and Western healing methods to treat intergenerational trauma with substance use disorder in Aboriginal peoples who live in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. Harm Reduction Journal, 1-12.

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National Treatment Strategy Working Group. (2008). A Systems Approach to Substance Use in Canada, Recommendations for a National Treatment Strategy. Ottawa: National Framework for Action to Reduce the Harms Associated with Alcohol and Other Drugs and Substances in Canada.

Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness. (2012). Reducing alcohol harms among university students: A summary of best practices and recommendations for Acadia University. Halifax: Province of Nova Scotia.

Poulin, C. (2006). Harm reduction policies and programs for youth. Harm Reduction for Special Populations in Canada, Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, 1-16.

Schinke, S., Schwinn, T., Di Noia, J., & Cole, K. (2004). Reducing the Risks of Alcohol Use among Urban Youth: Three-Year Effects of a Computer-Based Intervention with and Without Parent Involvement. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, pp. 443-449.

Stone, K., & Sander, G. (2016). The Global State of Harm Reduction 2016. London: Harm Reduction International.

Superior Points Harm Reduction Program. (n.d.). Recovery in Focus: Harm Reduction. Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.