Please join us for an online public engagement session to discuss neighbourhood and community issues related to the Integrated Care Hub.

July 7, 2021 at 6pm

This session is being hosted by the ICH management team and facilitated by the City of Kingston and is open to members of the public and local businesses.

The recording of the meeting can be found below

The Integrated Care Hub is looking for neighbouring residents and businesses to get involved in our community liaison committee. We are looking for four local residents, two local business reps, plus two representatives from faith or homeless advocacy organizations, to join the committee. Meetings will be two hours a month, plus some preparation time.

The mandate of the CLC is to:

1) Foster and maintain positive relationships amongst the community, the ICH operator, and service partners;

2) Facilitate information sharing and dialogue; and

3) Identify and resolve any issues, opportunities and concerns related to building operations.

“The community liaison committee is designed to be a safe meeting place for people to bring concerns and ideas,” said Gilles Charette, Executive Director of HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS), the lead agency operating the Integrated Care Hub. “We are inviting neighbours, local businesses and agencies to sit on this committee, to meet with our ICH team, so we can make improvements together.”

You can see the terms of reference for the Community Liaison Committee here:

To submit an application to join the CLC please click on this link:

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