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 Introductions  Group Implementation  Group Process  Framework  Outcomes  Resources  Discussion.

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2  Introductions  Group Implementation  Group Process  Framework  Outcomes  Resources  Discussion

3  Nicola Memo BSW, RSW  Addiction/Mental Health Counsellor  Facilitator of Butterflies group  Catherine Kedzoira  Transitional Support worker at MSP  Facilitator of Butterflies group

4  Transitional support centre  No referrals needed  Feminist framework  Program of WOTCH Community Mental Health Services

5  Partner Agencies:  Thames Valley Addiction Services  My Sisters Place-WOTCH- Transitional Support

6  Delivery Model:  Empowerment/ ownership  Accessible location to target population  Flexible, accessible intake- harm reduction  Group Size and format

7  Accommodating Multiplicity of Problems-Food for thought  Environmental Design  Outcomes measurements

8  Women’s needs  Unique setting  Harm reduction philosophy beyond addictions  Complex needs

9  Continuum of women’s homelessness  Trauma informed  Concurrent disorders  Feminist Framework

10  Gathering  Check-In  Meditation and Mandalas

11  Values and Safety Word  Material Presentation  Check-out  Butterfly Drop-In

12  Final Feedback Questions:  There was too much material to cover.  I enjoyed the exercises that we did in the group.  Some of my attitudes changed as a result of attending the group.  I felt positive about myself when I finished the group.  Some of my behaviors changed as a result of attending the group.  As a result of attending the group, I have more understanding of my substance use, past and present.  Today I believe recovery is manageable and it is my choice to manage my recovery.  I plan to continue to utilize the Butterflies group material as a resource when I leave group.  The group facilitators helped me understand about substance use and recovery.  The group facilitators supported me as a person and my goals.

13 Common Suggestions on Improvements Do not feel safe/ comfortable when different people are coming and going. Can there be an open group and a closed group. Enjoyed the group but sometimes feel rushed…not enough time. Wish we could start earlier and go longer Would like a sign put up not to interrupt the group when MSP opens it doesn’t make me feel safe or comfortable when people keep peeking in and disturbing the group. Future groups should be closed..I don’t feel safe when there are new people all the time. Provide more follow up for group members who miss a session. Try to stay more on topic. Group should be restricted to women dealing with an addiction. Time change maybe starting at 4:30-6:00.

14  Final Evaluation  GAIN SS  Weekly Feedback Forms

15  Support  Substance use changes  Pain management options  Empowerment

16  Pre-test and Posts tests  Group evaluations  Feedback  GAIN SS

17  Definitions of success  Complex needs of women  Need for in-house addictions support

18  Various stages of change  Membership  Safety  Curriculum balance  Peer support role

19  Video clip of feedback

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