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Through 2011, a partnership of the London Homelessness Outreach Network, the Middlesex London Health Unit, the Regional HIV/AIDS Connection, the London Intercommunity Health Centre, and the City of London reviewed existing health services for people experiencing homelessness. The purpose of … Continue reading
Our next London Homelessness Outreach Network meeting will be Friday January 27th, from 6-9pm. It will be at the Fox and Fiddle (corner of King and Wellington), and appetizers will be provided. Stay tuned for a full agenda.
Great things can happen when groups of people dream together, and Oct 10th was a great day in London. The London Homeless Outreach Network was tasked by the London Homeless Coalition to run our local event for World Homeless Action … Continue reading
The following are the provincial candidate responses to our survey on homelessness related issues. They appear in the order they were received. They are also available in pdf format HERE. The following candidates responded: Teresa Armstrong – NDP – London … Continue reading
I wrote about pay day loan/cheque cashing businesses on an earlier post, available here: http://www.abeoudshoorn.com/blog/?p=168. United Way of London & Middlesex has picked up on this issue within their poverty agenda. They now have an RFP out looking for researchers to … Continue reading
The London homelessness Outreach Network has drafted recommendations for provincial MPP candidates in regards to poverty, health, housing, and homelessness. To view the document, please click HERE.
With an Ontario provincial election next month, the London Homelessness Outreach Network is putting together a recommendation document for MPP candidates. We will share this document with the candidates, and ask them to answer poverty-related questions to be shared publicly. … Continue reading
The agenda for our September meeting is now posted at http://www.londonhon.ca/?page_id=4.
As mentioned below, we are taking the lead on this year’s event in London, Ontario. If you would like more information, the planning document is available HERE.
Last month the Salvation Army Centre of Hope, in partnership with the City of London, started a baseball league for people experiencing homelessness. Next month, the London Homelessness Outreach Network in partnership with Youth Opportunities Unlimited will be starting a … Continue reading