Wendy has been happily housed for a year.
She lives in supportive housing with her husband Kevin.
She has stopped drinking and hopes to return to nursing in some capacity.
For now, she enjoys crosswords, taking care of her neighbours and having a good “girl chat” with the staff.
Sim has been housed in supportive housing for more than five years.
He still takes an hourly pour in the Managed Alcohol Program but it no longer controls his life.
Sim is enjoying life as an elder, father and grandfather.
He spends his days playing chess, teaching Inuktitut and giving back to his community as a member of the Inuk Task Force.
Chadd is still experiencing homelessness.
His life is very precarious, but he is grateful to still have the support of his wife and daughter.
He is hopeful for brighter days ahead.
Your Donation Impact
feeds one person breakfast, lunch, dinner, and an evening snack for one day
provides milk for one day of cooking and meal services in our Community Soup Kitchen
provides one case manager for one day to help people navigate through community resources and plan for their future
provides three months of social activities for all residents in one of our supportive housing programs
pays for one full time front-line worker for two weeks. In that time they will reverse an average of 12 overdoses!
provides just over 3 months of supportive housing for one person who needs some medical or social supports
provides capital improvements and equipment like a commercial dishwasher to safely provide meals to people in our supportive housing residences