We can help
Homelessness is not something you’re going to cure with a few new residential units. Housing is most certainly part of the solution, but spiralling addictions, educational disparity, and mental health challenges hinder one’s ability to maintain a certain lifestyle. The resolve takes a strengthened effort between current agencies, developers, collaboration with the Provincial Government, and working with AHS Addictions and Mental Health, all to reduce and prevent homelessness.
I’ve spent the last 15 years in an environment that promotes social programming in aid of the less fortunate, in aid of people struggling with addictions and mental health challenges, and in understanding the clientele who are directly dealing with these challenges. I can bring existing successful programs to the forefront of our concentration, I can provide empathy for understanding of the struggles, and I can bring forward viable and realistic solutions to aid in our efforts.
Let’s invest in collaboration rather than try to reinvent and test theories, let’s use what is already existing with other levels of government and agencies and expand on them within our communities.
Again, I find ways to bring the most appropriate people together for a trusting, mutually beneficial, detail planned orientation for result driven policies.
This takes a strengthened effort between current agencies, building owners, developers, collaboration with the Provincial Government, and working with Alberta Health Services Addictions and mental health to reduce and prevent homelessness.
I am known to find ways to bring the most appropriate people together, building trust in a mutually beneficial plan for result driven policies.
Let's talk about how we can do this.