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Project Connect

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  • 29 Mar 2014 - 10:00am
  • Fritz Sick Memorial Gym

Project Connect provides a one day opportunity to deliver service to people in our community. It is for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, such as people living paycheck to paycheck, living on the street, in shelters or surfing between family and friends because they are unable to find affordable housing. Project Connect began in 2004 in San Francisco, and has grown into an international best practice. This program has shown positive results in getting people connected in the community and into safe, permanent, affordable housing.

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Dislike #3: What's In A Name?

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  • Dec 20, 2013
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Well here we are with part 3. I am sure everyone has been waiting on pins and needles to see what my final issue with Housing First is. I am also sure that by now you all realized that my trepidations around Housing First are not really at all things I believe need to be changed. Moreover they are representations of how society takes something so effective and valuable and tarnishes it because they do not understand.

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Dislike #2 - Three Things I Dislike About Housing First

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  • Dec 04, 2013
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Welcome back to Part 2 of my 3 part series on the Things I Dislike About Housing First. In part one I hope that you were able to glean something from it that will be useful. At the very least I am hoping that people who are either new to Housing First or unaware of it, and those that are not supporters of it will be able to wrap their heads around it.

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Three Things I Dislike About Housing First

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  • Nov 29, 2013
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To commemorate the launching of our new Bringing Lethbridge Home Website, I am introducing my new blog. Still deciding on a name. Some have suggested "Wally's World" among other things but maybe it just needs to stay "Blog." Not sure yet. Input is welcomed. But none-the-less I am excited to engage in this blogging phenomenon and enter into yet another realm of social media and sharing about what I do and what I am passionate about.

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BLH Housing Awards

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  • 21 Nov 2013 - 11:30am
  • Coast Lethbridge

The Bringing Lethbridge Home Awards recognize outstanding organizations, people and housing in Lethbridge. The Awards provide an opportunity to showcase success stories within the housing and relative support services sector. The Awards formally recognize and reward best practices. The BLH Awards recognize individuals, organizations, businesses, builders and developers that work to address affordable housing initiatives in our city.

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Project Connect

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  • 2 Nov 2013 - 8:30am
  • Fritz Sick Memorial Gym

Project Connect provides a one day opportunity to deliver service to people in our community. It is for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, such as people living paycheck to paycheck, living on the street, in shelters or surfing between family and friends because they are unable to find affordable housing. Project Connect began in 2004 in San Francisco, and has grown into an international best practice. This program has shown positive results in getting people connected in the community and into safe, permanent, affordable housing.

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Our Partners & Funders

  • 5th on 5th Youth Services
    Aboriginal Council of Lethbridge
    Aboriginal Housing Society
    Alberta Health Services (Seniors Health, Addiction & Mental Health)
    Alberta Human Services

  • Alberta Justice
    Alberta Research Consortium on Ending Homelessness
    Allied Arts Council
    Architects
    Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)

  • Blackfoot Elders
    Canadian Mental Health
    Citizens of Lethbridge
    City of Lethbridge
    CMHA

  • CMHC
    Covenant Health
    Downtown BRZ
    Faith Community
    Immigrant Services

  • Lethbridge Alberta Works – Employment & Immigration
    Lethbridge College
    Lethbridge Corrections
    Lethbridge Emergency Shelter and Resource Centre
    Lethbridge Family Services

  • Lethbridge Homebuilders
    Lethbridge Housing Authority
    Lethbridge Legal Guidance
    Lethbridge Regional Police Servcies
    Lethbridge School District 51

  • McMan
    Metis Association
    Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD)
    Real Estate Board
    Red Crow College

  • Service Canada
    Southern Alberta Community Living Association (SACLA)
    Southern Alberta Self Help Association (SASHA)
    Southwest Child and Family Services
    Treaty 7 Urban Indian Housing Authority
    University of Calgary – Faculty Social Work