Visit our Parent's Guide Pages

You will get to know the substances, find communication tips on talking with and listening to your child, a checklist of signs and symptoms and a lot more....

Visit Our Awareness Pages

Where you will find detail information on of drugs type, with their names, look and and a lot more. This will provide awareness for both youth and parents...

Visit our Drugs and Law pages

This section helps kids to recognize the consequences of their choices (physical, emotional, legal) regarding drug use and abuse and provides an understanding of being arrested and charged with a criminal offence...

Facts

“OSDUHS (Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey), an affiliate of CMHA (The Canadian Mental Health Association), reports that one-in-seven (15%) of high school students in Ontario (an estimated 115,000 in grades 9-12) reported symptoms of a drug use problem in a 2019 survey. There are less than 200 beds available throughout Ontario to accommodate this problem. This is in Ontario alone; nationally, this is a very serious problem.”


Treatment Services

This page allows you to search for the appropriate Treatment Service from Center for Substance Abuse Official Website

Activities and Events

  • Cycling from the Arctic to Mexico to Combat Drug Consumption
  • Forum Meetings for Adults
  • Forum Meetings for Kids



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      Drugs Desciptions and Effects

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    Our Supporters

    We are pleased to acknowledge our major supporters who have graciously donated to The Canadian Don't Do Drugs Society. Our sincere thanks and appreciation to these companies and foundations!

    • “Thank you for your recent funding request for the Canadian Don't Do Drugs Society. We are pleased to have approved a donation for the Canadian Don't Do Drugs Society.”

      Alan Convery
      Manager, Community Relations
      Corporate & Public Affairs
      TD Bank Financial Group

    • “Enclosed please find our cheque representing our support to The Canadian Don't Do Drugs Society.”

      Stephen L. Voisin
      , National Donations Manager
      Royal Bank of Canada Foundation

    • “It is my pleasure on behalf of Whirlpool Foundation's board of trustees to enclose our contribution to The Canadian Don't Do Drugs Society.".”

      Barbara A. Hall
      Program Officer
      The Whirlpool Foundation

    • “Thank you for your recent funding request for the Canadian Don't Do Drugs Society. We are pleased to have approved a donation for the Canadian Don't Do Drugs Society.”

      C.W. Shaw
      Executive Chairperson, Shaw Staff Charities
      SHAW COMMUNICATIONS INC