[ad_1] Canada/IBNS: Canadian provinces and cities including Regina, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Victoria, Hamilton, and Fredericton, experiencing frigid temperatures are being provided with an essential lifeline right now by the Housing First program in providing safe permanent housing to homeless people, without preconditions, addiction, and mental health challenges, media reports said.
[ad_1] The doses come after the Minnesota Department of Health moved the groups into the third priority of the first phase of statewide vaccinations. “They have determined that they are categorizing the unsheltered and emergency sheltered and transitional housing as a 1A-3,” said Dan Jensen, the operations chief for Olmsted
[ad_1] MUNCIE, Ind. — In response to a pandemic that has increased the need for food and housing assistance, the YMCA of Muncie has created two programs to help those in need. This month, the organization will launch two new food distribution initiatives, which aim to keep children in Delaware County fed.
[ad_1] The Port of Palm Beach has announced a new partnership with the nonprofit organization Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) to train employees on human trafficking prevention in observance of Human Trafficking Awareness Month. This new training program will help employees learn the indicators of human trafficking at seaports
[ad_1] The COVID-19 pandemic has left thousands of Oklahomans without jobs, and some do not have a place to stay.Now, the city of Moore is rolling out a new program using federal relief funding to help families facing homelessness get back on their feet.“The number of people that are calling
[ad_1] VANCOUVER — A Vancouver housing advocate says a police program aimed at trespass-prevention unfairly targets those who are homeless. Karen Ward shared an image of the program on Twitter, calling it “horrible.” “Some people call it the war against the poor, but this is a very scary situation,” Ward
[ad_1] A large trailer sits in a parking lot behind the Mount Royal Metro station. It’s bright and colourful, adding life to a parking lot that is otherwise washed out with snow and construction. Large letters are written on its side: “Wapikoni: First Nations travelling audiovisual and creation studio.” Wapikoni
[ad_1] TORONTO — A pilot project that aimed to vaccinate homeless people in Toronto’s shelters has been put on hold due to a vaccine shortage, local officials said Wednesday. The rollout of the vaccine to the city’s 100 shelters was paused because of a shortage of the vaccine from Pfizer-BioNTech,