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"Who Can Survive the 'Drug' Game?- Planning for Drug Awareness Week, 2001"

The Toronto Drug Awareness Coalition presents its final Forum for service providers for 2001.

"Who Can Survive the "Drug" Game?- Planning for Drug Awareness Week, 2001" - offering ideas, resources and support for community groups who want to link with Drug Awareness Week, November 18-24



When: October 4, with 9:30 registration, till 2:00. Includes light lunch.

Where: North York Central Library Auditorium, 2nd Floor, 5100 Yonge Street, just north of Mel Lastman Square



What:

* For those working with youth, a series of interactive games which can be booked or recreated for your own group.

* introduction to the "Mobilizer", a mobile source of support to youth at risk across Toronto.



* For those working with adults, "The Stigma of Addiction", presented by staff of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and comsumers.

* For those working with seniors, "The System's Broken: Seniors and Medications", Peter Zawadski, Pharmacist-Educator (Professional Practice Program, University of Toronto)

* for all, a Speakers Corner opportunity to share your plans for Drug Awareness Week, or ask for specific information from your colleagues across Toronto.



For more information, or to register call, Wendy Otsu, Toronto Public Health, (416) 338 - 6112