Advocacy for Change – A Community Mental Health Initiative
Contract Position - 0.6 FTE
Working with the Collaborative Group of the North West Community Mental Health Network, the Project Coordinator will support a consumer/survivor resident-led advocacy group. Currently in its second year, the Advocacy Group promotes civic engagement opportunities in response to relevant mental health issues.
Keep yourself warm with games of dodgeball and basketball! This event is co-organized by Griffin Centre ReachOUT Program. To know more about ReachOUT, please visit http://www.griffincentre.org/reachout.php
All bodies celebrated! All abilities welcome! Snacks provided after the event!
TYES, in partnership with the Each1Teach1 Project, St. Stephen's Community House, and the City of Toronto, will be hosting an amazing workshop series! Topics range from entrepreneurship to self care to skill building, and more. The series will be free, open to all youth, catered, and is an opportunity to gain volunteer hours.
Please join the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network and Goldelox Productions for the Toronto premiere of the ground-breaking new
documentary film, Consent: HIV Non-Disclosure and Sexual Assault Law. Consent discusses why HIV non-disclosure has been prosecuted as sexual assault and how, together with feminist scholars and those working to end violence against women, we can challenge this problematic legal framing which affects all people living with HIV.
BrAIDS for AIDS is offering a free hair dressing program to AfricanCaribbean and Black young women in North West Toronto. The program isfunded by the City of TorontoBrAIDing with A Social Twist Program- A Free Hair Dressing Program> Are you a woman (ages 18-29) from the African Caribbean and Black> Community?> Are you interested in learning hair dressing techniques (braiding,> weaving, cane rows and much more) ?