Amanda Ng

Who are we? The Regional Outcomes Monitoring group is a multi-sectoral group operating as a Community Health Network for the CRD region with membership from the: Capital Regional District, Island Health, Community Social Planning Council, United Way of Greater Victoria, University of Victoria, Intercultural Association of Victoria, Children's Foundation of Vancouver Island, Greater Victoria Public Library, Capital Region Food and Agriculture Initiatives Roundtable.

Vision:  Our work operates around the social determinants of health (Housing, Economic Security, Children and Youth, Food Security, Thriving Children and Youth, Lifelong Learning, Inclusive and Connected Communities, Healthy and Safe Environments, Accessible Health and Human Services, Connection to Arts and Culture, and Recreation and Active Living).  We are looking to engage staff working in local government to identify priorities and challenges within their work around creating healthy and safe communities. We are looking to take action on shared social determinant of health priorities through establishing a regional set of indicators around health and well-being, and faciliating positive community relationships across sectors.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Amanda Ng

Healthy Communities Planner

250-360-3174

ang@crd.bc.ca

Who are we? The Regional Outcomes Monitoring group is a multi-sectoral group operating as a Community Health Network for the CRD region with membership from the: Capital Regional District, Island Health, Community Social Planning Council, United Way of Greater Victoria, University of Victoria, Intercultural Association of Victoria, Children's Foundation of Vancouver Island, Greater Victoria Public Library, Capital Region Food and Agriculture Initiatives Roundtable.

Vision:  Our work operates around the social determinants of health (Housing, Economic Security, Children and Youth, Food Security, Thriving Children and Youth, Lifelong Learning, Inclusive and Connected Communities, Healthy and Safe Environments, Accessible Health and Human Services, Connection to Arts and Culture, and Recreation and Active Living).  We are looking to engage staff working in local government to identify priorities and challenges within their work around creating healthy and safe communities. We are looking to take action on shared social determinant of health priorities through establishing a regional set of indicators around health and well-being, and faciliating positive community relationships across sectors.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Amanda Ng

Healthy Communities Planner

250-360-3174

ang@crd.bc.ca

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