Community Safety and Well-Being for Huron website launch

Community Safety and Well-Being for Huron website launch

The Community Safety and Well-Being for Huron’s website is live. The website highlights the four priority areas outlined in the Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Plan for Huron as required by the Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019 as well as local supports identified in relation to the priority areas.

All nine lower-tier municipalities in Huron County have collaborated across different sectors with partner organizations to make communities more inclusive, resilient, and where all residents thrive. Through this collaboration, the CSWB Plan for Huron was developed and have identified the following four priority areas for action based on their research and community engagement: mental health and addictions, housing stability and homelessness, domestic and family violence, and community security.

The Plan addresses the root causes of crime and complex social issues by focusing holistically on social development and risk prevention by utilizing a social determinants of health lens to recognize the social, economic, and environmental conditions that affect health, safety, and well-being. By addressing the four priority areas, the Plan aims to prevent crime and enhance safety and community well-being by addressing issues before they arise or incidents occur.

More information about the four priorities, the Plan, the CSWB Committee, and local supports are available on the CSWB for Huron website.

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