FREE WEBINAR - 211 Saskatchewan: Connect with Supports in Your Community

May 20, 2020 1:00 PM to 2:00 PMOnline - Saskatchewan Time
Area of Interest: Benefits Format: Web

Continuing with our educational mission, CPBI Saskatchewan is hosting its first online session and we are pleased to invite you to attend for FREE! This special 60 minute webinar was originally planned as an in-person Continuing Education session and we now welcome you via our webplatform. Log in from anywhere and participate! Feel free to prepare questions for the speaker.

  

Did you know that every year, 211 connects over two million Canadians with the help they need?

Do you know what 211 Saskatchewan is? How it helps people across the province?

211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential 24/7/365 service that connects individuals to resources and services in the province by telephone, text, web chat, or online through a searchable website with over 5,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services.

Join us to learn about 211 services and how they can be used as a tool by you and those you interact with.

  

Kristin Nelson

Kristin Nelson has worked with United Way for the past nine years. She has been the Director of 211 Saskatchewan for just over a year. Kristin started her career as a frontline service worker in the area of providing support to people who had experienced domestic violence. Seeing people overcome challenges and face barriers provided a great appreciation and understanding for the vast need for supports and services in our community – and how important it is to have a simple way to connect with those services. Born and raised in Saskatchewan, it is a passion of Kristin’s to see communities thrive and find ways to work together to make that happen.

  

Date:  May 20, 2020

Time:  1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Saskatchewan Time

Access Information:  Access information will be sent to all registrants two days in advance of the online session. Please plan to log in 10 minutes prior to the start of the session.

CE Credit:  This session qualifies for 1 Continuing Education credit for the Insurance Council of Saskatchewan (one credit per hour). You will be required to complete a short quiz at the end of the online session to qualify for continuing education credits. 

 
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