Creating opporunities for meaningful engagement and equitable dialog
The Peer Engagement Working Group was created in 2019 to assist the Community Drug & Alcohol Strategy and it’s partners in enhancing participation of people with lived experience (PWLE) of addiction and substance use in program development and system change initiatives.
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Peer Engagement Working Group
Community members with grounded expertise
On October 2nd, 2019 the Community Drug & Alcohol Strategy, in partnership with the Grey Bruce Poverty Taskforce will host a workshop on the benefits of engaging people with lived/living experience in service planning and delivery. Participants will learn practical engagement strategies from local community groups and experts in the field. Click here to register!
For more information contact Alison Govier, email@example.com.
October 2, 2019
Grey Bruce Public Health Unit