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.
Teen Talk, formerly of Klinic, and now a program of SERC, is a Youth Health Education Program that provides services… Read more »
Guest blog by Rosemarie Gjerek, Director Counselling and Community Health & Education, Klinic Community Health Klinic Community Health provides services… Read more »
Like many people, I cannot say that my relationship with food is always healthy. Food means so many things in… Read more »
Last week, both management teams from Klinic and SERC took part in two days of training on coaching for… Read more »
Several months ago Maureen Rice, Crisis Program Coordinator, approached Cindy Fawcett, Art Therapist / Counsellor at Klinic, with an idea… Read more »
I wrote a blog in June about my role as co-chair with the Canadian Association of Community Health Centres (CACHC)… Read more »
In just over two weeks, I will celebrate the close of my third year in my role with Klinic and… Read more »
Guest blog by Mary Jo Bolton, Clinical Director and Janet Smith, Manager, Counselling Services Farm, Rural & Northern/Suicide Prevention Coordinator. For… Read more »
This is a picture of Lynne Raskin, CEO of South Riverdale Community Health Centre in Toronto, receiving an award on… Read more »
Guest blog written by Bre Woligroski, Sexuality & Reproductive Health Facilitator for SERC Portage Avenue looked very different than it… Read more »