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Meet Tina Dam, our new Community Inclusion Advocate

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Tina Dam, our new Community Inclusion Advocate, is the newest addition to the Inclusion BC staff. Inclusion BC has also launched a new advocacy line to allow people to connect directly to an advocate.

Tina Dam, Community Inclusion Advocate

Many of you have already met Tina Dam, the latest addition to our Inclusion BC staff team. Tina joined Inclusion BC last November as our new Community Inclusion Advocate. This position was created to improve our ability to share information, connect people to local resources and provide advocacy support.

In addition to welcoming Tina, Inclusion BC has launched a new advocacy line to allow people to connect directly to an advocate. The advocacy line is monitored Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 4:30. Members of our advocacy team are committed to responding within 1 business day.

Learn more about how Inclusion BC is here to help you.

You can also call the new Advocacy Line (Toll-free) at 1-844-488-4321 or email advocacy@inclusionbc.org