Sask. Health Authority fills training gap for non-profits at front line of meth epidemic

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is looking into whether it can schedule more training sessions in the new year to meet the demand.

Staff at the Central Urban Metis Federation Inc. (CUMFI) offices on Avenue M North see people high on methamphetamines every day.

The organization keeps its doors open so people can walk in off the street to warm up, do laundry or grab a snack.

In the last two years it’s been increasingly common for people on crystal meth to come in acting strangely. Sometimes they talk to themselves or strip off their clothes.

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