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The next installment of Casey House’s mental health series of lectures for health care and support service providers caring for people living with, at risk for and affected by HIV- with Les Harper and Tasunke Pejuta

Part 1 is Thursday December 13th– 1:00-2:15 p.m.
Part 2 is Thursday January 10th- 1:00-2:15 p.m.
Casey House, 4th floor conference room

Registration is required, email

Join us to develop insight and benefit from the knowledge shared from an Indigenous and harm reduction perspective.

Les Harper is originally from Saddle Lake Cree Nation in northern Alberta. He is committed to bringing traditional lifestyle and healing practices to an urban environment through art and culture. Les uses art based practice as part of

his counselling and community work.

Tasunke Pejuta has been an active member of Toronto’s vibrant Indigenous community for over ten years. He started working as a child and family support worker four years ago, continuing into youth work, public speaking, group facilitation, and is now a harm reduction community health worker at South Riverdale Community Health Centre.

Casey House’s HIV series is held in collaboration with St. Michael’s Hospital

Kindly advise us when you register if you require assistance or have special requirements to ensure we can make every effort to accommodate these requests.