Dr. Peter Centre Appoints Tassan Sung as New Board Chair, Celebrates Transformative Leadership
Financial Advancement: The operational budget of the Dr. Peter Centre more than doubled, surging past $13 million, significantly amplifying its reach and impact.
Expanded Impact: Participant numbers surged from 350 to 500, reflecting substantial growth in the program's capacity to deliver life-changing care services.
National Influence: Joy Jennissen paved the way for the Centre's expanded national influence, offering its expertise to frontline organizations across Canada in addressing the opioid crisis. The Centre has proudly emerged as a leading authority in this critical domain under her guidance.
Inclusivity and Cultural Responsiveness: An on-site urban indigenous program was established, demonstrating the Centre's steadfast commitment to inclusivity and culturally responsive care.
Sustainability and Strategy: Accomplishments include increased housing availability for participants and the successful execution of a brand and strategy plan positioning the centre for continued growth and sustainability, exemplifying her impactful leadership.
About Dr. Peter Centre
The Dr. Peter Centre is a non-profit organization based in Vancouver, Canada. It is an outpost on the frontier of progressive health care for people with HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, and complex mental health issues. The Dr. Peter Centre is a recognized leader in the fight against the opioid addiction crisis in Canada, offering a broad spectrum of services, from day health to long-term residential care, keeping them all connected to their community of health.
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