On Monday, November 27th, from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, at Innovation Works (201 King Street, London, Ontario), the Centre for Research on Health Equity and Social Inclusion (CRHESI), with community and Western University partners, invites you to an interactive event focused on promoting health equity and peer-driven work in housing, health, and homelessness services. The event goals include creating awareness of peer navigators and other peer work roles in London-Middlesex area, as well as sharing the insights gained from a local evaluation on one model of peer work. We will convene relevant stakeholders, including peer workers, direct care workers, and leaders from health and social services.
The event will feature:
- Interactive Panel Discussions: Hear from peer workers, co-workers, and leaders as they present their work and models of practice.
- Practical Insights: We’ll delve into a guide for peer work with marginalized populations, fostering discussions on what makes peer work successful and how to overcome barriers to implementation.
- Future Planning: Explore the way forward to address the unique needs of peer work in the London-Middlesex area.
We look forward to your participation and contribution to this vital discussion on peer-driven work in housing, health, and homelessness for health equity. Together, we can make a significant impact on the well-being of our community. Register now to be part of this transformative discussion!
Register soon because space is limited
Please contact CRHESI coordinators (email@example.com) if you have questions or need more information.
We look forward to a great discuss