Young people’s access to relevant and meaningful harm reduction services is critical to supporting and enabling safer drug use practices amongst youth
Please join us at Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre (168 Bathurst St) on October 23rd, 4pm to 6pm, as we explore the learnings from Trip! Project’s community-based evaluation ‘Aligning Diverse Community Needs for a Youth Harm Reduction Program Model.'
Centre for Community Based Research partnered with Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre (PQWCHC) and the Trip! project to co-design and conduct a community-based evaluation in order to explore the extent to which the current Trip! project model is aligned with 1) current drug using trends amongst diverse youth in the community; and 2) PQWCHC’s values, vision, and mission of providing “equitable, accessible urban health care for people where, when, and how they need it.”
These findings informed a collaborative process of identifying recommendations for more equitable youth harm reduction program delivery in Toronto.
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For more information about the event contact Arpa Azmila, Manager, Harm Reduction, PQWCHC at email@example.com
For more information on Trip! Project including how to get involved, contact Lori Kufner, Trip! Project Coordinator, PQWCHC at LKufner@pqwchc.ca
For more information on the evaluation, contact Sarah Switzer, Senior Researcher, Centre for Community Based Research at firstname.lastname@example.org