The Kenora Substance Abuse and Mental Health Task Force envisions a community that will work together to prevent and reduce the incidence of substance abuse, identify those with mental illness, strive to address the issues related to inadequate housing and its impact on the total community. We will work to improve and preserve the community’s quality of life and future.
The Kenora Substance Abuse and Mental Health Task Force will work collaboratively with our community and various organizations to improve overall health, aiming to more effectively protect those at risk of harm from concurrent issues, associated abuse and homelessness.
Implement a comprehensive strategy; Identify substance abuse prevention as key to a healthier community; Obtain Sustainability; Advocate for coordinated services, increased communication and harmonized action; Address service gaps and maximize services; Provide information and support; Build Awareness; and Pillar Adoption.
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