NNADAP has undergone several reviews at both regional and national levels since it was established in 1982. These reviews have identified key recommendations/comments/models that are still relevant today. By detailing key events in the history of NNADAP, FNIHB and its partners are in a better position to determine how to renew the program under the ongoing Renewal process. The Historical Timeline includes a document review of NNADAP to identify milestones and successes throughout the Program’s history. This overview was developed through the analysis of previous research and documentation, including policies, needs assessments, best/promising practice documents and discussion papers. As well, key informant interviews were conducted with key stewards/leaders that have been instrumental in NNADAP’s history.
Author: National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation, Assembly of First Nations, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch
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