Curriculum for front line workers in domestic violence, mental health, and substance use

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Making Connections: When Domestic Violence, Mental Health, and Substance Use Problems Co-Occur is a new curriculum designed to help front-line workers, who are disconnected within the broader health and social service system, to communicate with each other.

Making Connections by Robin Mason and Dr. Brenda Toner is multi-modal, accessible to all learning levels and styles. There is a text manual, a series of online modules, four dramatic scenarios in video format, and a one-day, face-to face, cross-sectoral workshop.

Find out more about Making Connections on these videos funded by ECHO (Improving Women’s Health in Ontario) and the Women’s College Hospital. 

Mistakes of the Past

Something Doesn’t Feel Right

A Line on Crisis

Past is Present