October 6 & 7, 2015
Community-governed primary health organizations are places where everyone that we serve matters, regardless of ethnicity, sexual orientation, illness, and income level. It is this key ingredient of "mattering" that distinguishes us from other primary care models. We will explore belonging and developing measures for capturing our community development and health promotion work with a focus on food security, poverty mitigation, community vitality and belonging.
Join us for an inspiring and affirming learning event led by health promotion staff from over 15 community health organizations from across the province. This is an interactive experience that will provide you with new perspectives, strategic knowledge, and opportunities for making meaningful contributions to deepen your work on community health and wellbeing.
More information and registration, visit http://www.aohc.org/event/Health-Promotion-and-Community-Development-Dev....