Nicole Chammartin is the Executive Director of Klinic and SERC. The work of these organizations focuses on; health, community development, mental health, sexuality, equity, and social justice. In this blog Nicole writes about the important work of these organizations, leadership, and the larger world of community and sexual health.
Her Twitter handle is: @nchamm.
This past week I had the chance to gather with many of my colleagues from community health across Canada and… Read more »
September 10th is annually recognized as World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD). We at Klinic, along with our other partners on… Read more »
Written by Sarah Martens, Health Educator Peer Support Program, Teen Talk Comprehensive sex education is not just about sex, it’s… Read more »
Over the past few years, I have noticed that the idea of what makes community health or a community health… Read more »
About a year ago, I wrote a blog on what makes a community health centre. It is something that I… Read more »
The first full week of May in Canada is recognized as mental health week, led by the Canadian Mental Health… Read more »
Lately I find myself thinking a lot about symbols that exist within communities and cultures and the power they hold… Read more »
Guest blog written by Jerra Fraser, Counsellor, Sexual Assault Crisis Program at Klinic Community Health The Sexual Assault Crisis Program… Read more »
This guest blog is written by Genny Funk-Unrau, Klinic’s Community Health Outreach Worker I have heard my position being called… Read more »
The annual International Women’s Day falls on March 8th. The 2018 theme across the globe is Press for Progress, a… Read more »