The Psychiatric Disabilities Anti-Violence Coalition (PDAC) is a group of psychiatric survivors, mental health advocates, workers, community members, and researchers; with a purpose to increase the visibility of the broad range of violence experienced by people with psychiatric disabilities, attend to social justice and human rights issues related to violence against psychiatric survivors, create space to discuss our ideas our ideas, and plan actions to respond to the violence experienced by our communities. The coalition partners include Parkdale Community Legal Services, The Empowerment Council, Habitat Services, York University, Ryerson University, Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre, and other mental health advocates. PDAC is based out of Toronto, Canada.
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