What we do
Health Promotion staff work with groups and organizations in the planning, development and delivery of services. The team also provides education, and develops and disseminates information about mental health issues, services and resources. Generally, our work may be divided into three areas: organizational/community development, information development/dissemination, and education and training.
Who we work with Within our mental health mandate, we have a commitment to work with and support people and communities who are experiencing additional barriers. For example, we work with people who are homeless, people who are in conflict with the law, and people facing barriers due to language, race, culture, ethnicity, immigration status, settlement stress and sexual or gender orientation.
Who can use our services Our services are available to community mental health agencies, consumer/survivor groups, family groups, hospitals and community groups. Our information services are available to both groups and individuals.
What are our values and beliefs? We believe that people living with mental health issues can and do recover. The path to recovery lies in enhancing opportunities for people to realize their full potential and lead fulfilling lives in their community.
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