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2018 Windsor-Essex Community Opioid Strategy-Leadership Committee
- AIDS Committee of Windsor
- Amherstburg Police Services
- Canadian Mental Health Association
- Conseil scolaire catholique Providence
- City of Windsor
- Erie-St. Clair Clinic
- Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network
- Erie Shores HealthCare
- Essex-Windsor EMS
- Greater Essex County District School Board
- House of Sophrosyne
- Hotel Dieu Grace Healthcare
- LaSalle Police Service
- Ontario Provincial Police
- St. Leonard’s House (Harm Reduction Network)
- Windsor-Essex County Health Unit
- Windsor Police Services
- Alison Malott, Peer Representative
- Christine Malott, Agent for the Director of Public Prosecutions
- Drew Dilkens, Mayor, City of Windsor
- Gary McNamara, Chair, Windsor-Essex Board of Health and Mayor, Town of Tecumseh
- Robert Modestino, Pharmacist
- Tom Bain, Warden, Essex County and Mayor, Town of Lakeshore