Background

Through consultations with provincial and territorial governments and non-governmental organizations, Health Canada developed the Drug Treatment Funding Program (DTFP) in 2008 as part of the Treatment Action Plan under the National Anti-Drug Strategy.

The DTFP is a federal contribution program designed to support provinces and territories in their efforts to strengthen evidence-informed substance abuse treatment systems; and address critical gaps in substance abuse treatment services, particularly for at-risk youth.  Eleven Ontario Systems Projects and seven Service Level Projects have been funded in Ontario.

In addition to the provincial and territorial projects being funded through the DTFP, three national/multi-jurisdictional projects have been funded:
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