Adjusting life goals can help family caregivers prevent depressive symptoms: Study Research from Concordia, AMI-Quebec and University of British Columbia finds objective adjustment among family caregivers essential to prevent depressive symptomsCaring for a family member with a mental illness can be a taxing encounter marked by personal sacrifices and psychological problems. A new study from Concordia University, AMI-Qu-bec and the University of British Columbia provides found family caregivers can experience high degrees of stress, self-blame, substance abuse and depressive symptoms – unless they refocus their priorities and lighten their load.The Government of Canada invests around $130 million a yr to handle addictions and substance abuse in Canada beneath the National Anti-Drug Strategy. These funds donate to growing tangible and effective solutions to the nagging problems of drug addiction. In 2014, the government committed over $44 million over five years to broaden the concentrate of the National Anti-Drug Strategy from illicit medicines to include measures to handle prescription drug abuse. Over the past several months, the Government of Canada has used numerous steps to handle prescription drug abuse, including: launching a nationwide marketing campaign to equip parents with the information and tools needed to talk with their teens about the harmful ramifications of prescription drug abuse; providing $13.5 million over five years to improve treatment and prevention companies for prescription drug abuse in First Countries communities; launching the Canadian Research Initiative in Compound Misuse , a national research network aimed at increasing the ongoing health of Canadians coping with substance misuse; announcing almost $8 million to aid projects to improve prescriber education and to support the advancement of a national approach to the monitoring and surveillance of prescription drugs, announcing nearly $13 million over five years to increase the number of annual pharmacy inspections completed by Health Canada; and, releasing four promotional videos featuring personal tales from Canadians directly suffering from prescription drug abuse.