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A Community Consultation Committee was established to provide a forum for information sharing and advice about Uniting Medically Supervised Injecting Centre (MSIC), and drug related issues in the Kings Cross local community. The committee continues to meet three times a year, with its vision being to create a community partnership to reduce drug related harm to all people in the Kings Cross area. It aims to promote a sense of openness and transparency about the work of the centre by:
Members of the committee are appointed by Uniting and represent local residents, businesses, service providers and other groups in the Kings Cross area. Members include:
Ms Miranda St Hill (Chair) – Service Operations Manager, Uniting MSIC
Dr Marianne Jauncey – Medical Director, Uniting MSIC
Ms Emma Nixon – Family Drug Support
Ms Ruth Walker – 2011 Residents’ Association
Ms Robyn Greaves – Coordinator of the Kings Cross Community and Information Centre and local resident
Detective Inspector Robert Allison – Crime Manager, Kings Cross Police Patrol
Ms Jenny Green – Councillor, City of Sydney (Independent)
Mr Guy Cooper – Community Development Manager, The Wayside Chapel
Ms Una Hanlon – Senior Community Worker, The Wayside Chapel
Ms Rebecca Martin – Safe City Project Coordinator, City of Sydney Council
Mr Alex Greenwich MP – State MP Sydney (Independent)
TBC – NSW Users & AIDS Association
Ms Helen Xiros – Kings Cross Neighbourhood Centre
Dr Ingrid van Beek – Director, Kirketon Road Centre
Ms Louise Shephard – Potts Point and Kings Cross District Partnership
Dr Nadine Ezard – Director Alcohol & Drug Service, St Vincent's Hospital
Politicians, members of the legal fraternity, health professionals and members of the community support Uniting MSIC.
If you would like to find out more about Uniting MSIC, call us on +61 (0) 2 9360 1191 or email email@example.com.
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