Harm Reduction Includes Managing Alcohol Use


Managed Alcohol Prevention Sites (MAPS) are Helping People and the Community

Monday, May 17
1:00pm – 2:30 pm


Join us to learn about how these services are helping people with their alcohol use and how this is helping the overall community.

How one small community in B.C. addressed alcohol harms to their members by providing a Managed Alcohol Use Preventive Site (MAPS)
Learn from leading experts on their experiences to provide these innovative services to urban community members


  • Corrina Chase
    • Addiction Care Partnership Manager, BCCSU/FNHA
  • Kate Hodgson
    • Nurse Practice Consultant, FNHA
  • Meaghan Brown, RN, PhD(c)
    • Doctoral Fellow & Research Coordinator, Canadian Managed Alcohol Program Study
  • Brittany Graham
    • Program Coordinator for Eastside Illicit Drinkers Group for Education (EIDGE) and Community Developer at the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU), Community of Practice Coordinator with the Canadian Managed Alcohol Program Study (CMAPS) though the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research (CISUR)
  • Cathie Wilson (Hamusgamgoliłi’lakw)
    • Outreach Worker, Gwa’dzi Managed Alcohol Program (GMAP)
  • Alexa Bisaillon
    • Team Lead, Gwa’dzi Managed Alcohol Program


Passcode: 903360

  • May 17, 2021
  • 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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