Strategic Plan

We are pleased to provide you with the final copy of 2020 Vision, the Halton Equitable Drug Strategy final report. This report is a culmination of the tremendous work done by the community and the oversight of the HEDS Steering Committee. Click on the link below.

2020 Vision

“If the drugs and alcohol weren’t going to kill me, the things I was doing while under the influence of them would have.”

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“Experiencing alcoholism first hand was not my first touch with addiction.”

Read my story.

“Bullying, self-esteem, mental health issues. Pot was not my problem, it was my solution. Now I’ve found a better way. “

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“Self medicating while searching for the why, the answer came from the most unlikely of places.”

Read my story.

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Angus Coll-Smith
Manager, Halton Equitable Drug Strategy
245 Commercial St, Suite 201,
Milton, ON L9T 2J3
 acoll-smith@haltonadapt.org
 cell: 905-691-5326

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