Posts by Indwell Staff

Two tired travel: cyclists share their love of riding

Many of us remember the thrill of riding a bike as a child— the exhilaration and newfound independence we felt tooling around our neighborhood. That …

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Volunteers bring change, creatively

Every April we, along with organizations across the country, dedicate a week to celebrating and honoring our volunteers. This year’s theme was “volunteers bring change.” …

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McQuesten Lofts: new homes bring new hope

In December 2020—just before Christmas—the first of 50 tenants began to move into their new homes. Earlier in the year, as the pandemic loomed, no …

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Our tenants: people of resilience

Janusz Recently moved out to independent housing Moved to Simcoe’s Hambleton Hall in September of 2016 when the building first opened “Indwell gave me a …

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Addressing racial justice from the inside out

One of Indwell’s three core values is ‘Dignity’- the recognition of each person’s inherent value as an image bearer of God. In 2011, this value …

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Adapting supports: a peek inside our Woodstock programs

The varying stages of lockdown and restrictions due to COVID-19 impacted tenants’ mental health and, for some, struggles with substance use. Like all Indwell programs, …

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Deep and wide: growing and progressing to build new communities of hope

As Ontario began to enter lockdown last March, there was much uncertainty in the building industry. Would our construction projects come to a halt? While …

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Cross-Regional Teams: One chord, many strings

In each city in which we work, Indwell supports tenants through interdisciplinary teams. Recently, we added Cross-Regional Teams to enhance each program’s on-site supports. These …

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Neighbours are building links—not walls—in Chatham-Kent

Watching the news, one might think that “division,” “polarization,” and “isolation” are the words of the day. But when we look around at our communities …

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Indwell joins alliance to create 600+ units of housing in London

The Vision SoHo Alliance, a newly formed partnership between six nonprofit housing developers, is purchasing the vacant Old Victoria Hospital lands in London. Together, the …

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Send a note of encouragement

Now more than ever, it is important that our tenants feel connected with others, even if they cannot be physically connected. Send a note of encouragement to be shared with our tenants who are feeling isolated at this time.

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