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Woman abuse. Mental health. Trauma.Addiction. Sexual assault.They're interconnected.
So let's address them holistically.Let's make every door the right door.
It's about asking the right questions at the right time.
Our resources, seek training and screening tools can be adapted by agencies and used by health and addiction staff to screen for woman abuse, pharmacy sexual assault and trauma.
Get your agency involved.Or mobilize your community.
Join with other leaders to make a difference.
"I entered the mental health system because I was overwhelmed by memories of abuse. And this was not understood. I was treated with drugs when what I needed was a listening ear ... I ask you – do you think that was helpful?"
Woman abuse. Mental health. Sexual assault. Addiction. Trauma.
When we ask the right questions, cialis the pieces come together.
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In this 4-vignette series, Susan Macphail, My Sisters' Place, Director of Women’s Mental Health Resources at WOTCH Community Mental Health Services, talks about the origins and importance of the Ontario Woman Abuse Screening Project, and some of the compelling lessons learned during the pilot in London-Middlesex.
Women with mental health or addiction issues who have been subjected to sexual assault or woman abuse or abuse-related trauma are part of us and of the initiative. Your experience guides and grounds us. Your leadership is vital to ensure that together we develop the right solutions.