Registration is now FULL for the 2014 Ontario NNADAP Conference!
The 2014 Ontario NNADAP Training Conference will be held October 21 – 23, 2014 at the Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Vaughn. As of September 24th registration is full. Thank-you to all of you who submitted your registrations early. The ORAPC is looking forward to seeing everyone next month!
Dr. Gabor Mate will be presenting at the 2014 Ontario NNADAP Conference
He will be presenting on The Myth of Normal on October 22, 2014. Registration is open to Non-NNADAP Workers. More details regarding fees and costs are available by clicking on the following link: The Myth of Normal poster and registration form
August 2014 Briefing Note to Chiefs of Ontario Health Coordination Unit
To view the most recent Briefing Note to the Chiefs of Ontario Health Coordination Unit click HERE!
January 2014 Briefing Note to Chiefs of Ontario Health Coordination Unit
To view the 2014 ORAPC Briefing Note to the Chiefs of Ontario Health Coordination Unit please click HERE.
2013 Ontario NNADAP Conference
The Ontario NNADAP Training Conference was held October 21 – 23, 2013 at the Toronto Airport Marriott. The 2013 Ontario NNADAP Conference Final Report is available HERE.
Retention Incentive for Certified NNADAP Workers
A monetary incentive is available for eligible NNADAP Workers who are Certified Addictions Counselors. Click HERE to view the details. For those of you experiencing difficulties receiving the retention incentive, please contact Autumn Johnson, ORAPC Coordinator at email@example.com. Also, please see the Retaining Ontario NNADAP Workers publication by clicking HERE.
Welcome to the Ontario National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP) website. The ORAPC will use this website to share information with community-based and treatment centre NNADAP Workers in Ontario.
Please visit the site often to keep abreast of announcements/updates and to view the tools and resources ORAPC will be making available to you. Also, feel free to provide comments and feedback to ORAPC as well.
The development of this website was made possible by the Ontario Regional Addictions Partnership Committee (ORAPC) in partnership with the National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation (NNAPF).