- Deepen our collective understanding of upstream approaches and determinants and their role in addressing inequity and harm.
- Raise awareness of the importance of upstream approaches to achieving greater community safety and well-being.
- Build capacity to identify interventions and strategies to address structural inequity and advocate for including upstream approaches.
Lee-Ann Chevrette, Community Safety & Well-Being Specialist, City of Thunder Bay
Sheena Albanese, Health Promotion Planner, Thunder Bay Public Health Unit
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- Research snapshot: Upstream solutions to prevent Indigenous youth houselessness (Infographic)
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