PAD welcomes two new peer education associates

PAD is please to welcome Kerri Kightley and Suzanne Witt-Foley to our peer education team! Kerri will be working in the Peterborough and eastern Ontario area, and Suzanne will be working in the Muskoka district.

  • Kerri Kightley is a consultant in Peterborough Ontario. Kerri manages of the Peterborough Drug Strategy, a collaborative initiative based on the four pillars of Prevention, Harm Reduction, Treatment and Enforcement striving to reduce the harm associated with substance use. Kerri is also coordinating the development of opiate overdose prevention initiatives across the region of Durham, Northumberland, Peterborough,  Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton. Much of Kerri’s work focuses has building networks of community stakeholders to build capacity for collaborative work within the social services sector.
  • Suzanne Witt-Foley is a consultant in Bracebridge. She is currently working with Addiction Outreach Muskoka Parry Sound and coordinating Strengthening Families is the Muskoka region. Previously. Suzanne was employed as a community consultant for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) for over 16 years and has worked in a variety of other settings including a community health centre, public health and health planning across Ontario, and Eastern Canada.

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