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Want to learn more about the range of language services in Niagara for immigrants, the range of adult literacy services in Niagara, or how to refer your clients to these services?
Niagara has a wealth of services designed to meet the language needs of Immigrants. The Ontario government funds Literacy & Basic Skills programs. Join Literacy Link Niagara for a panel presentation, followed by focused roundtable discussions. Meet the people delivering these programs. Ask the questions you want answered.
This event is hosted by Literacy Link Niagara.
Join the South Niagara Chambers for an informative luncheon with Keynote Speaker Sandy Biback founder of Meeting Professionals Against Human Trafficking. Educates on key topic against Human Trafficking (MPAHT).
Presentation to follow by a panel discussion moderated by Joyce Morocco, Elements of Success.
The panel will include representation from YWCA Niagara, NRP, Fire, Niagara Native Centre, Niagara Hotelier, and a Human Trafficking Survivor.
This event is hosted by the South Niagara Chambers of Commerce.
This webinar will provide a high-level overview of the health system transformation that is currently underway in Ontario. The talk will focus on the rationale for the system-level reform, changes to date at both the ministry and agency levels, and an update on Ontario Health Teams.
Useful resources for organizations seeking to be part of an Ontario Health Team will be shared, and time will be left for an audience Q&A.
Presenter: Michael Scarpitti, Lead in Health Systems Transformation at the Canadian Mental Health Association
This webinar is hosted by the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health.
Brock University’s Centre for Lifespan Development Research is recruiting new members for its youth engagement committee (B-YEC).
The B-YEC is made up of Niagara Region youth, aged 14 to 24, who assist the Lifespan Centre team in developing research ideas, keep the team informed about important matters affecting the wellness of youth in the Niagara, and provide a youth voice at various events.
Interesting in applying or learning more? Click here for more information.
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