Adult Outreach and Education
Bring it home – or to your shul, school, business, or organization. JACS offers, free of charge, adult, student, and youth outreach programs about mental health and addiction. These programs can be customized for your needs, or you can choose from a list of important current topics. For more information or to book an educational workshop, contact Orit Tordjman, Outreach Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opioids have the potential for problematic use and abuse. In recent years, Canada has seen a dramatic increase in deaths related to opioid overdosing. That’s why training the public on the administration of Naloxone, a fast-acting drug used to temporarily reverse the effects of opioid overdoses, is vital. JACS offers free Naloxone training to individuals, organizations and other community members to help prevent overdose deaths. This half hour training session on this free and readily available overdose reversal drug might be the difference between life and death for you, your loved ones, your coworkers, and your community members.
To book a free training, contact Orit Tordjman, Outreach Manager, at email@example.com
Courage 2 Change
Courage 2 Change (C2C) is a mental health and addiction programming initiative that offers educational workshops, student ambassador projects, and tailored support groups for post secondary students and staff.
C2C is open to collaborations with other organizations. Our program portfolio includes; workshops for students, professional development training for campus staff, panel discussions, student leader/peer training, webinars, mental health weekends, support groups, individual counselling, and resourcing.
Courage 2 Change was established in memory of Honey and Barry Sherman, and is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Aubrey & Marla Dan Foundation and The Azrieli Foundation.
For more information or to book a JACS presentation for university aged individuals, please visit courage2change.ca or email firstname.lastname@example.org.