This mental health and addictions "Trialogue" organized by Seneca College students from the Mental Health Intervention Graduate Certificate Program in collaboration with the Krasman Centre.
A Trialogue is an opportunity for open dialogue to build equal partnerships of people with lived experience of mental health and/or addictions challenges, family members and service providers.
This is the first mental health trialogue to be held in York Region and it will be a facilitated community forum where everyone with an interest in mental health can engage in meaningful dialogue.
People with lived experience, friends and family members, health care practitioners, educators, service providers and mental health workers are invited to the event so that we can learn about barriers to care and make connections as we reconcile to move forward with best practices.
Krasman Centre is a Consumer/Survivor Initiative offering peer support based programs across the Central LHIN, including all of York Region. The funding for this initiative is provided by RBC Foundation and their commitment to support mental health initiatives in collaboration with Seneca College.
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