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Trauma, Addiction and Today's Frontline Work: Making sense of a complex, demanding world, CAST Canada

Keene, Ontario
June 27, 2013

8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Elmhirst’s Resort, Rice Lake

Gather tools to be more effective and knowledge to be more confident in your work. An exchange of information, opinions and ideas with CAST Canada, your colleagues and you!

This workshop/forum is a gentle, useful day of story, information and discussion, exploring the full range of experience for today's frontline worker and the sources of opportunity and stress. The best and most valuable parts of CAST Canada.  A time to unwind, walk and disclose in safety, some of the complex burdens that surround this work.

You are a frontline service provider, health or helping professional in any of the following areas: mental health, housing, employment, income support, Ontario Works, ODSP, shelters, outreach programs, addictions, sexual assault services, child protection/Children’s Aid Society, Acquired Brain Injury services, nursing and emergency room staff, at risk youth, community support services, probation and parole, private practice, etc.

Cost: $150 + HST per person (includes coffee, lunch, parking and handouts)

To ensure a high quality discussion participation will be limited so register now! We will host a second event if there is suitable interest.

For more information and to register, please visit