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A study spanning 9 British Columbia communities, with findings based on surveys completed by street youth. Findings are focused on family relationships, school & work, physical and sexual health, as well as violence. The research provides a perspective of regular factors in the life of marginalized BC youth, and can be of assistance in guiding the development of comprehensive program and policy development suited towards current needs.
Agape Table serves the needs of the hungry in the inner city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. On average 250 children, men and women are served their morning meal every week day.
Offers Information Scarborough, which provides information about and referrals to community service organizations in Scarborough. Also offers Food Security programs; an Off the Streets into Shelter project; a Brown Bag luncheon; an emergency food bank; and a homeless drop-in.
To reduce the harm associated with HIV/AIDS for young adults and street youth, to provide necessary tools for prevention, strategies for prevention, education and outreach often through peer education.
St. John's, Newfoundland
Provides supportive programs and services aimed at preventing HIV/AIDS and supporting persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. These include: public education, counselling and support, needle exchange, free condoms, outreach services, the PHA Health Fund, a resource library, and referrals to other organizations.
The AIDS Committee of Windsor provides support and education services for people at risk of, living with, or affected by HIV/AIDS in Essex and Kent counties.
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
A provincial organization committed to facilitating community-based responses to the issues of HIV/AIDS. Our programs include distributing condoms and offering a needle exchange program, as well as pre- and post-test support to those being tested for HIV/AIDS. We also provide a food bank, treatment information, and support funds for people living with HIV/AIDS. A confidential information line and a resource library are available, as are public education services, referrals, policy consultations and advocacy.
The Aisling Discoveries Child and Family Centre provides services to children from birth to age twelve and their families. Children eligible to receive services present with some combination of the following special needs: behavioural, emotional and adjustment difficulties and disorders; speech and language delays and disorders; hyperactivity; attention deficit difficulties and disorders; pervasive developmental disorders; autism; trauma resulting from abuse, family violence, significant loss or family disruption; or at risk of developing social, emotional and behavioural disturbances.
The Ajax Municipal Housing Corporation develops and manages non-profit housing for families, seniors and singles in Ajax.
The purpose of the Alberta Food Bank Network Association is to provide support and leadership to food banks in Alberta in their effort to provide short term relief in the area of food insecurity while working on long term solutions for hunger and poverty.