Unfortunately, this workshop has had to be cancelled. We are looking to reschedule for a future date. Apologies for any inconvenience.
The Dream Team is a group of people with lived experience of addiction and homelessness who advocate for the development of more supportive housing for people with mental health and addiction issues, and provide education against stigma and discrimination.
On June 21st two members of Toronto’s “The Dream Team”, Esther & Veronica, will be visiting ET to share their stories of struggle and stigma, and have a larger conversation on how those striving to foster a more inclusive society can go about actualizing their visions.
This online workshop is presented by Epilepsy Toronto’s Employment Services Department. To receive a zoom link to join, please complete this form to register.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Esther is a multi-year Dream Team member who additionally has completed volunteer assistance for a peer support hotline, and is someone with volunteer board experience.
Veronica has been a member of The Dream Team for eight years, and presently, she is involved with the Housing Unit Takeovers (HUTs) and is a member of The Empowerment Council. She additionally is a graduate of Women Speak Out, has received peer training through Peer Recovery Education for Employment (PREFER), and is an esteemed guest speaker at conferences and events.