At this community dialogue, Dr. Dosani will lead a conversation about Inner City Health Associates’ PEACH, a mobile, street and shelter-based, palliative outreach service meeting the palliative needs of homeless and vulnerably housed people in Toronto. We invite you to explore how social justice and equity-informed palliative care can improve end-of-life care for homeless and unstably-housed people, and better support their caregivers and chosen family including street family and front line workers.
heART space: Community Conversations and Compassion-building around Overdose, is a collaborative project involving artists, current and former street-involved youth, front-line workers and others affected by the current overdose crisis and the structural forces that have contributed to it. heART space is located on the territories of the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations. It is a ground floor venue with 2 steps leading up to the gender-neutral washroom
This event is sponsored by the UVic Equitable Access to Care Study (CIHR) and the Palliative Outreach Resource Team (PORT)