Alberta profile : social and health indicators of addiction
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AbstractThis report provides a compilation of data from secondary sources that profile select indicators of alcohol, drugs and gambling in Alberta. The purpose of the report is to present information in a ready-to-use format; as an internal planning tool for AADAC staff, and as a public information source. This edition is an update of reports produced in 1987, 1990, 1992, and 1996 which were known as the AADAC Social and Health Indicators Profile (SHIP).
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