Addictions need to be conquered, life skills learned, education and health levels improved, outstanding charges in the justice system cleared and past wounds of abuse and family violence healed. We assist each individual to identify their own ‘PATH’ forward and then provide ongoing support and advocacy needed for them to successfully achieve their goals.
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The First Steps to Employment Project offers transitional housing designed to support single adults living in poverty and/or dysfunctional family or social units while they develop positive employment skills. Our program consists of single mostly Aboriginal persons, who are unemployed or underemployed and have demonstrated that they have a commitment to change. Individuals may need to take many first steps before they will be able to function in a healthy way and that is where our program can provide assistance.
Our approach is to offer confidential services and to advocate for the individual with the health care, justice, education systems and social service agencies. Without this type of personal support individuals often fail to make use of the existing services available to them.
To Qualify you must:
You must be referred to the program by a worker or agency who knows you such as:
We are NOT a treatment centre. People with an addiction are welcomed to participate in the First Steps to Employment Projects only if:
For more information please contact our First Steps to Employment Project Coordinator; Ms. Crystal McKeen at 1-204-942-8682 ext 223.