This guide explores issues related to cannabis use and provides readers with an overview of health approaches that can reduce the harms and risks associated with it. Any campus professional — whether faculty, academic advisor, counsellor, or student services professional — working with students who use cannabis will be able to refer to the guide for information.
Reducing cannabis harms:
A guide for Ontario campuses
Cannabis Use Guidelines and Recommendations for Ontario’s Campuses
June 13, 2018 from 1:00 to 2:00pm EST
With the approaching legalization and regulation of non-medical cannabis, Ontario colleges and universities are in need of relevant information related to cannabis legalization and regulation, mental health, harm reduction, and best-practices in engaging with students regarding substance use.
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About This Guide
This guide explores issues related to cannabis use and provides readers with an overview of health approaches that can reduce the harms and risks associated with it.View
Section 1: Cannabis and Substance Use
Section one provides an overview of cannabis, its legalization and regulation in Canada, cannabis use among Ontario’s youth and an explanation of substance use.View
Section 2: Cannabis Use on Campus
This section will help campus professionals provide information to students about the risks of cannabis use and intervention strategies to reduce harms.View
Section 3: Developing, implementing, and evaluating a cannabis-use framework for your campus
This section discusses how a campus may approach the development, implementation, and evaluation of a cannabis-use framework that emphasizes lower-risk use and harm reduction.View