Corey Ranger

Corey Ranger is a registered nurse and Clinical Nurse Coordinator for AVI Health & Community Services SAFER Pharmaceutical Alternatives project in Victoria. Corey also works as a project consultant for B.C.’s Provincial Peer Training Curriculum Project, and provides e-learning opportunities across the province through the Homelessness Services Association of BC (HSA-BC).

In the past, Corey has been responsible for implementing HIV programming in rural Southeastern Alberta, as well as supporting the implementation of supervised consumption services in Medicine Hat. Corey’s career began as a street nurse in Edmonton’s inner city, and has taken him to Calgary, Brooks, Medicine Hat, and Victoria. Whether it is leading a die-in on the steps of the Alberta Legislature, or arguing for equitable responses to the global pandemic for people experiencing homelessness, Corey is passionate about dismantling systems that generate stigma and heightens risk for those made vulnerable.

Corey is an advocate for pragmatic public policy and addressing systemic oppressors, including ending the war on drugs. Corey participates in a number of committees and working groups related to inner-city health issues, COVID-19, and the overdose crisis including the Victoria Inner City COVID Response (VICCR) team.

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