CTS- Community Engagement Survey
In 2021, more than 2,800 people died of an overdose in Ontario and in Hamilton alone the paramedics responded to 814 suspected opioid overdoses in 2022. It is our responsibility to listen, learn from and work with communities. This survey is intended for use by decision makers, potential service providers, other community stakeholders, residents, and clients. All communities have valuable expertise and assets to share. We ask you to participate in this survey and we encourage questions. Hamilton Urban Core CHC Consumption and Treatment Service (CTS) has been at the forefront of health emergencies experienced by the most marginalized and under-served members of our community. The staff at Hamilton Urban Core CTS create respectful, tolerant relationships with individuals who are chronically marginalized and resistant to healthcare. Everyone brings knowledge and expertise; we want to hear from you!
How can you help?
We rely on gifts from individuals like you, corporations and other groups to help others in our community. All donations of any amount are deeply appreciated.