Comox Valley Community Health Network hosting COVID-19 support group meetings

Virtual meetings set for June 23 and June 25

Submitted by Comox Valley Community Health Network

Few of us would have ever imagined that we would live through a global pandemic in our lifetime. As we begin to come out of isolation and into a greater level of connection (at least for now), the Comox Valley Community Health Network is inviting the community to come together to make sense of the times we are in and to share ideas about how we could support each other better during the next phase of the pandemic.

We will also take some time to imagine a path forward to greater environmental and social justice, health, vibrancy, and resilience for the Comox Valley.

This will be a two-hour gathering on Zoom. We welcome you to join by computer or by phone. These sessions are built around conversations in small groups of four or five people. We encourage people who are able to gather safely in person (up to five people), to do so and join the gathering using one computer or phone.

You can sign up for one of two sessions:

Tuesday, June 23, 10 a.m. – noon

Thursday, June 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Please come prepared to:

• Listen to different voices, stories, and perspectives.

• Share insights and questions.

• Learn practices for being and working with more ease and creativity in uncertainty.

• Turn insights into action, together.


This series is hosted and offered free of charge by the Comox Valley Health Network.

For more information or to register visit or call 250-


Captioning and/or sign language interpreting will be available on request (when you register).

Who are these sessions for?

These sessions are for everyone. We welcome Black people, Indigenous people, people of colour, white people, youth, change-makers, dreamers, helpers, caregivers and people of all ages and genders.

Please contact Lindsay at if you are part of a group that would prefer to have a breakout group or private session due to any kind of unique or special need or for concerns of safety.

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