How to Get Involved

Conferences developed by youth for service providers and community members.

Community dialogue events that include responding to a survey (surveys have already been developed or are in the process of being developed around Harm Reduction, the Foster System, and Life Promotion), and developing actions to move forward on ideas and concerns that emerge in dialogue about the results.

Community cohesion and connection programs (i.e. the already-developed 6-week PIPS program, or the 12 or 8-week Walking Forward with Good Medicine program).

Training and advocacy efforts (i.e. conducting and advocating for Naloxone training opportunities, advocating for low-barrier resources and inclusive social environments)

 Peer navigation, providing a safer pathway for youth who feel adult-led systems have failed them to re-engage and get connected with supports and benefits for which they may qualify.

Check out the contact us page to get connected with the FLOHcilitator in your community!