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Responding to the Diverse Needs of Everyone Living in Canada

Description: This webinar will discuss how recovery-oriented practice is about appreciating the rich diversity of Canada’s population in order to better respect the choices people make throughout their recovery process and determine how best to adapt services to meet their needs.

Guest Speaker:

  • Dr. Howard Chodos, PhD, Former Director, Mental Health Strategy, Lead Author of the Guidelines for Recovery-Oriented Practice

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