Keep up to date with the Community Action Initiative news & updates below.
The Community Action Initiative provides grant and training opportunities for community-based organizations across BC to develop and deliver innovative projects that respond to the needs of individuals and families experiencing mental health and/or substance use challenges.
In 2018, Pathways Addictions Centre received a grant from CAI’s Promoting a Healthy Drinking Culture in BC initiative to host community dialogues that focus on moderate risk drinking. This funding[...]
In January 2019, Shelagh Turner took the position of co-chair for Community Action Initiative’s Leadership Council (LC). Shelagh has over 25 years of leadership experience in the non-profit sector and[...]
Wilkinson and Pickett Recently, some of the CAI team attended the launch of the book The Inner Level: How More Equal Societies Reduce Stress, Restore Sanity and Improve Everyone’s Well-Being at UBC[...]
The Canadian Drug Policy Coalition (CDPC) is launching a ground-breaking engagement initiative across Canada. Over the next three years, they will be working with communities to improve public understanding of drug[...]
Project Manager, Community Action Grants About the Community Action Initiative (CAI) The Community Action Initiative (CAI) was created to support community-led projects that promote mental health, prevent substance use problems[...]
The goal of this year’s survey is to identify opportunities for training, capacity development and other professional development initiatives for the sector’s workforce. Through the 2018 Sector Survey, we’re exploring[...]