stories of hope

Woman looking at apartment building
Julie Ryan

Supportive Housing Saved Her Life

Even as most Londoners have been safely sheltering at home from a deadly virus, we are keenly aware that many people in our community have nowhere to call home. Their plight lands them huddling in doorways or in tents along the river, in unsafe housing situations, and too often, dead. People experiencing homelessness are vulnerable

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Sandra Northcott MD, FRCPC

Indwell, Community Partner of Distinction

Improved access to quality, affordable independent housing—that offers a continuum of supports—has long been a need in London. The lack of housing has been a barrier to discharge for many [of the] clients we serve in our mental health program at St. Joseph’s Health Care London—and has also been a need of clients served by

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Hannah B

Finding wholeness in community (the antidote to isolation)

In November of 1987, a year before I was born, my parents took a ski trip for a short time away without their two kids. One morning, while my father was making her tea, my mother slipped outside, completely unclothed. My dad found her in the cold, all alone and mumbling to herself. This was

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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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