Vacant UOI South Seat

There is currently a vacant seat on the ORAPC Committee.  If you are a UOI NNADAP Worker and would like to join the ORAPC Committee please contact Autumn Johnson, ORAPC Coordinator at to put your name forward.

Term, Qualifications and Responsibilities of the Committee Members


Each member shall serve a three (3) year term. Terms may be renewed with written support of the PTO or Treatment Centre Directors.

Committee Member Qualifications

  • Must be familiar with the NNADAP Renewal Framework process and documents.
  • Must be familiar with NNADAP Community-based and Treatment Centre services.
  • Must be a Certified Addictions Counsellor (or in the process) with the exception of the Host Agency Representative.
  • Must have at least 2 years of experience working in NNADAP funded programs.

Committee Member Responsibilities

  • Represent NNADAP in their catchment area.
  • Actively participate in ORAPC meetings, discussions and decision-making processes.
  • Confirm attendance at all meetings.
  • Carry out the mandate and approved work plan of the ORAPC.
  • Review draft minutes.
  • Forward approved minutes to NNADAP Workers in their catchment area.
  • Distribute relevant information and consult with NNADAP workers and/or treatment centres.
  • Assist in developing a 3-year strategic plan.
  • Assist in developing an annual work plan.
  • Provide updates through the ORAPC Member Reporting Template.
  • Perform other related duties as required.
  • Act as spokesperson for the Committee as assigned/required/needed.
  • Stay current with ORAPC business.
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