Comox Valley Community Health Network hosting update meeting

The public is invited to join the Comox Valley Community Health Network (CVCHN) on June 10 for an update on network activities since the March 2018 forum where community members approved the governance framework and suggested priorities for the network.

This event takes place at the Stan Hagen Theatre at North Island College, 2300 Ryan Road from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

The CVCHN brings together a wide variety of people to take action on issues that impact well-being and health in the Comox Valley. They focus on areas for change that require the involvement of multiple people, groups and organizations to develop and implement solutions.

The network is open to anyone who lives and/or works within the Comox Valley Regional District.

“We want to introduce the network’s ‘Co-ordinating Circle’ that is now in place and we want to share our draft strategic plan to gather feedback from people in our community. We also want to update the community on some actions that are in progress related to the priorities determined at the community forum last March,” said Lindsay McGinn, facilitator of the network.

There will be child-minding available at the event and the Stan Hagen Theatre is wheelchair accessible.

“Please join us and give us your input on the strategic plan,” said Kate Fish, one of the co-chairs of the Co-ordinating Circle. “We need and want community feedback so the network reflects the issues and actions of the community.”

To register, go to https://bit.ly/2E9DM9H or call Lindsay at 250-650-5819.

For more information, contact Lindsay at cvcommunityhealthnetwork@gmail.com or visit www.cvchn.ca

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