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Every year, Manitoba Substance Use and Addictions Awareness Week (M-SUAAW) provides an opportunity for Manitobans from all walks of life to engage in meaningful discussions and explore solutions for addressing the harms caused by substance use and addictions. Click here for more information on this year’s events.

Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) is an effective medical approach to treating opioid dependence. For more on OAT resources available in Manitoba please click here.

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AFM’s Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM) clinics and Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment (MOST) program are still open to participants. If you or someone you care about needs services, you still can access the walk-in RAAM clinic for advice, medication, counselling, and support. Find out more. Find out more information about the MOST program here.

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) and its staff are committed to providing continued support and services to individuals struggling with substance use and gambling in Manitoba during the COVID-19 response efforts.

We would like Manitobans to know that our in-house treatment programs for youth and adults are continuing at this time. For more information or to get help connecting with an AFM location near you, please call the Manitoba Addictions Helpline at 1-855-662-6605.

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) and its staff are committed to providing continued support and services to individuals struggling with substance use and gambling in Manitoba during the COVID-19 response efforts.

Stuck at home due to social distancing? AFM has many online resources available including the AFM Library, the most comprehensive source for substance use/misuse, gambling and related issues in Manitoba – email KECentre@afm.mb.ca for more info.

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) and its staff are committed to providing continued support and services to individuals struggling with substance use and gambling in Manitoba during the COVID-19 response efforts.

Dealing with alcohol, drug or gambling challenges can be difficult. Did you know that help is only a text away?

Text the Manitoba Addictions Helpline at 1-855-662-6605 and you will be connected with a trained counsellor who will help find the best service for you or someone you care for. You can also call the helpline today at 1-855-662-6605 or visit mbaddictionhelp.ca for more on the resources available in the province.

Many community-based programs are offering virtual care. Please note that Impaired Driver Program (IPD) assessments are offered via telephone. Contact your local AFM office for more information.

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) and its staff are committed to providing continued support and services to individuals struggling with substance use and gambling in Manitoba during the COVID-19 response efforts.

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