Networking For An Inclusive Community (NIC)

Seeds of Change

Louise Pitre (Family Service of Thames Valley) (co-chair)
Janet McAllister (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) (co-chair)
Melanie Elms (Middlesex-London Health Unit)
Sherin Hussein (Merrymount Family Support and Crisis Centre)
Rita VanMeyl (London Health Sciences Centre)
Bonni Ivey (Canadian Mental Health Association)
Roxanne Riddell (United Way of London & Middlesex)
Michele Manocchi (Volunteer)

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  • It was great learning. I had a couple of moments that had the “light bulb” come on about certain situations I had in the past.

  • In every community, there is work to be done.
    In every nation, there are wounds to heal.
    In every heart, there is the power to do it...

  • The NIC has been instrumental in organizing many educational and networking opportunities for front-line workers including Settlement Workers In...

  • I have benefited from NIC as a student, for my profession and as an active member of my community.