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Youth & Harm Reduction: Working with Marginalized Youth Who Use Drugs

Toronto, Ontario
July 7, 2010

8:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
College Street United Church, 454 College Street (at Bathurst)

This event is a free workshops for front-line workers who provide services to homeless, street-involved or at risk youth who use drugs. Topics include harm reduction, current substance use and related harms/risks, community issues, mental health and trauma, homelessness and housing, and successful service and program models for youth who use drugs.

This workshop will increase front-line workers’ knowledge and enhance their skills.

Refreshments, snacks and a light lunch will be provided.

Space is limited: you must register to attend; deadline is June 29th.

To register, contact. Krystina Grzelak at [email protected] or (416) 338-3652

For information, contact Lorraine Barnaby at [email protected].

Sponsored & facilitated by Toronto Public Health, Shout Clinic, and the Safer Crack Use Coalition (SCUC)