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Thursday February 1st, 2018


Community organizations have come together to shed light on the issue of substance abuse among adolescents in Windsor-Essex County. The purpose of this event is to increase awareness, share information, and provide opportunities for education on this matter. If you are a parent, grandparent, guardian, caregiver, coaches, or teacher, you can have an impactful influence on the youth in your life. It is crucial for the community to come together to start a conversation on prevention, education, and treatment for addictions.

Light refreshments will be provided.


5pm – 930pm Doors Open – Community Booths

6pm – 9pm Guest Speakers

9pm Closing Remarks

Naloxone training sessions will be offered at: 5pm, 730pm, 9pm

Guest Speakers
•Windsor Essex Community Health Centre
•LHIN – Mental Health & Addictions Nurses
•Windsor Police – Drugs and Guns Unit
•Matt Kelly, South Shore Health Centre
•Hotel Dieu Health Care – Addictions Support System Navigation

Community Booths
•Windsor Essex Community Health Centre – Teen Health Centre
•LHIN – Mental Health & Addictions Nurses
•Hotel Dieu Health Care – Addictions Support System Navigation
•South Shore Health Centre
•New Beginnings
•Brentwood Recovery Centre
•Essex County Youth Diversion
•Canadian Mental Health Association
•Crime Stoppers

Naloxone training will be offered on site by Windsor Essex Community Health Centre (limited spots available).

Hosted by Windsor Essex Community Health Cenre and Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network in partnership with Unifor 444.

Thank you for Unifor 444 for your support, sponsorhsip, and leadership in our community. Without your support, events like this would not be able to reach our community members.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call 519-258-6002


Caboto Club
2075 Parent Ave
Windsor, Ontario

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