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  • The goal of the review is to ensure the right administrative structure is in place that best supports student success....

  • This workshop will get you started in creating your advance care plan – making decisions now about future acute care or end-of-life care. There will be small group discussions on what values and beliefs impact end-of-life and look at a couple of case studies to......

  • It is my pleasure to present our first Small Business Connect for the Fairview-Clayton Park area. Local businesses are the backbone of this community and we’re excited to showcase the various programs and resources available to small businesses to ensure that they continue to thrive. Following the presentations there will be an opportunity to......

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Meet Patricia

Meet Patricia

Patricia graduated from Dalhousie University/University of King’s College with a Bachelor of Arts. She completed her Bachelor of Education at Mount Saint Vincent University and worked for a number of years in the HRSB as a teacher. Born and raised in Halifax, from a young age she’s been active in her church communities while also volunteering for various organizations including the IWK, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the cultural organization, Diman Association Canada.
Fairview-Clayton Park

Fairview-Clayton Park

Fairview-Clayton Park is a new district, formed as part of the Electoral Boundary Review in 2012. It consists of areas previously a part of Halifax Fairview, Halifax Chebucto, and Halifax Clayton Park. Patricia is the first elected member to serve this constituency.

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Patricia Arab

World Mental Health Day provides an opportunity for us to reflect on the importance of mental health in our everyday lives and what we can do to support people living with mental illness. Consider the following statistics:

One in three Canadians will experience a mental illness or substance use disorder in their lifetime;

More than 10 Canadians die by suicide each day;
Suicide rates among Indigenous youth are among the highest in the world;

Only 57% of Canadian adults and 43% of Canadian youth report a high capacity to cope with unexpected and difficult problems and day-to-day demands; and

Hardship, trauma, family violence and stigma have been linked to an increased risk of suicide, substance use and mental illness.

If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress, or may be at risk of suicide, and need assistance:

Call 9-1-1.
Get Help from a crisis centre near you - (902)429-8167
Contact Kids Help Phone. 1-800-668-6868
Contact the First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Line -http://bit.ly/2wLjI7P

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Events

Thu 26

New Parents Drop-In Group

October 26 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Nov 02

New Parents Drop-In Group

November 2 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Nov 09

New Parents Drop-In Group

November 9 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Nov 16

New Parents Drop-In Group

November 16 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Nov 23

New Parents Drop-In Group

November 23 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm