About Zoë Dodd
Zoë Dodd is MAP’s inaugural Community Scholar. Dodd has worked in harm reduction for almost 20 years as a program coordinator, organizer and advocate.
Zoë Dodd’s paying job is as a front line harm reduction and support worker at the South Riverdale Community Health Center, where she works with a diverse community of clients who experience difficulties accessing conventional medical, social and community services due to low literacy or income levels; housing, family or drug use problems; gender, race, culture or mental health issues.
However, when someone asks Zoë what she does, the list is far longer.
Zoë is a community activist, concerned with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C, poverty and harm reduction. She co-founded the hepatitis C program in Toronto and has been coordinating it for more than ten years; a program that has been replicated around Ontario. She is a member of local community activist organizations including AIDS Action Now! and the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty.
From : maphealth.ca
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