Rise Asset Development: Investing in people with mental health and addiction challenges

When: Wednesday, Feb 22, 2012, Noon-1:30pm

***Free - No Registration Required 

Rise Asset development is a Rotman/CAMH financial initiative providing microfinancing and mentorship to entrepreneurs who have/had a mental health and/or addiction challenge. The Rotman School and CAMH participate in advisory functions, volunteering their respective expertise in business mentoring and mental health supports and services to the benefit of Rise clients. Rise works to improve the health of individuals, while recognizing the interdependency of financial well-being to one’s overall quality of life. 

Presenters:  Narinder Dhami, Executive Director, Rise Asset Development; Trent Copp, Occupational Therapist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; and Rise Entrepreneur

Where: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, 252 Bloor St. West, (St. George Subway Station) Room 3-104

This event will be webcast live. View the webcast here.