β€˜To promote mental-health wellness and community integration, we provide services offering hope and support to the people in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties through advocacy, education and transitional housing.’

β€˜A society that embraces people on their journey to mental health wellness.’


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The Open House will be an opportunity to share information about the programs and services that are part of our community's response to homelessness, and to facilitate conversation about taking action to prevent and end homelessness.

As part of the Open House we will be introducing the Integrated Coordinated Access project led by Bridge Street United Church and HelpSeeker, in partnership with Hastings County. 

Integrated Coordinated Access is a process by which those looking for support with social, health, or other needs are triaged to appropriate resources. Integrated Coordinated Access provides a standardized process that both individuals in need and service providers can follow to improve service delivery and coordination of resources for social supports. 

This means that no matter where an individual looking for help goes, they are more likely to get the same answers or advice to get them to the right services and supports as quickly and easily as possible. Utilizing a phased approach, this model can expand over time to include diverse service providers within the community: government, non-profit, voluntary, and private sectors.

The Open House will be an opportunity for key stakeholder groups interested in social issues, particularly homelessness and addictions, to engage in the consultation process for developing the Hastings County Integrated Coordinated Access model.

Those looking for more information can reach Steven van de Hoef by email at svandehoef@bridgestchurch.com or by phone at the church, 613-962-9178.
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