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HIV 101 Workshop - April 23rd & 24th - Toronto

HIV 101 Workshop for Community Workers is a 2 day free interactive workshop facilitated by Toronto Public Health. Please see the attached flyer for details. Register by emailing Toronto Health Connections at publichealth@toronto.ca
 
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Outcry prompts CAMH to review its controversial treatment of trans youth

Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health has stopped accepting new patients to its Gender Identity Services clinic for youth because of outcry from the public.

CAMH is reviewing the mental health services it offers to youth age three to 18 who are struggling with gender identity or require services related to being transgender.

Free Yoga Program at Oakwood Library

Please pass on information about this great opportunity to take a relaxing yoga class. 12 twice weekly sessions.

2nd Annual Basketball Clinic

Greetings,

Love Live Hoop is a program created to provide a holistic approach to self-esteem, empowerment, goal-setting and motivation for youth and young adults. Through interactive workshops, attendees learn the importance of physical, mental and emotional wellness while taking part in fun and interactive workshops.

Call for Information: Aboriginal Health and Wellness Parent Resources

Source: 
Ontario Women's Health Network

Best Start Resources Centre is conducting an environmental scan of Aboriginal health and wellness parent resources in Canada focused on children/youth ages 6-12.

 

We would greatly appreciate it if you could tell us about existing resources on the following categories (brief description, source, url if available online):

  • Aboriginal health and wellness parent resources in Canada focused on children/youth ages 6-12
  • Non-Aboriginal health and wellness parent resources in Canada focused on children/youth ages 6-12

 

Reaching In, Reaching Out: Yoga for Youth Training

Date(s): 
Fri, 05/29/2015 - 18:00 to Sun, 05/31/2015 - 16:30

New Leaf Yoga Foundation is a leader in Canada making yoga and mindfulness-based practices available to youth. Our organization has spent the last 8 years delivering long-term, sustainable programming to youth in some of the least-serviced communities and facilities in the Greater Toronto Area and southern Ontario, including within primary and secondary schools, custody facilities, gang-exit initiatives and homeless shelters.
 

FREE! Girls Night Out Leadership Camp (DEADLINE: MARCH 9, 2015)

Date(s): 
Mon, 03/16/2015 - 09:00 to Fri, 03/20/2015 - 16:30

FREE! MARCH BREAK LEADERSHIP CAMP FOR YOUTH GIRLS (DEADLINE: MARCH 9, 2015)

Are you looking for fun activities to spend your march break week? The Girls Night Out! Smoke-Free Leadership Camp is where you can learn about media-campaign, wendo women's self-defence and healthy living!

This program is free. Each leader will receive a $70 honorarium & tokens. Email marchbreak@newcomerwomen.org by March 9, 2015 to register. Please find the attached flyer for more information.

Toronto Public Health 2-day Workshop: Women & Harm Reduction

Women & Harm Reduction Introduction

Harm reduction is proven way of working with people who use substances. It saves lives and reduces health care costs. By partnering
with staff at community agencies and people with lived experience, this Toronto Public Health workshop is able to remain current while bringing engaging speakers to share their expertise.

 

Workshop Goals:

To provide a workshop for service providers that:

Toronto Public Health 2-day Harm Reduction 101 Workshop

Date(s): 
Wed, 04/29/2015 - 09:00

Harm Reduction 101 Introduction

Harm reduction is proven way of working with people who use substances. It saves lives and reduces health care costs. By partnering
with staff at community agencies and people with lived experience, this Toronto Public Health workshop is able to remain current while bringing engaging speakers to share their expertise.

 

Workshop Goals:

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