The Glamorgan Project, Horizon Housing Society’s RESOLVE project, breaks ground

The Glamorgan Project, Horizon Housing Society's RESOLVE project, broke ground on April 27, 2017. The future apartment building will provide homes for over 200 people with mental health challenges, limited mobility, families and seniors living below the poverty line, the working poor and others with a variety of needs. This type of building helps reduce the stigma attached to a particular group and promotes community integration, independent living and acceptance while enhancing quality of life.

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Aurora on the Park opens

Aurora on the Park opened in November 2016 and will provide fully accessible homes to 25 people experiencing homelessness and addiction. The project was funded by provincial government grants and built by StreetSide Developments: A Qualico Company as part of their “Visionary” gift to the RESOLVE Campaign, designated to Calgary Homeless Foundation.

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Hundreds of seniors stuck living in hospital without need for hospital care

Right now 500 vulnerable older adults are living in Alberta hospitals rooms according to Dr. Carl Arnheim, Deputy Minister of Health. They don’t require hospital care, but cannot be discharged because no suitable setting is available in the community. Media call them “bed blockers” because treatment beds are “blocked” from their primary purpose, to treat patients with acute health concerns. Michael is a 58-year-old who was living with his elderly mother due to a developmental delay, which is complicated by chronic schizophrenia. Considered an independent ...

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Providence House opens

Providence House opened in September 2016 and will provide homes to 24 vulnerable women experiencing homelessness. The project was funded by provincial government grants and built by Morrison Homes as part of their “Visionary” gift to the RESOLVE Campaign, designated to Calgary Homeless Foundation.

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Accessible Housing’s Inclusio breaks ground

Inclusio, Accessible Housing's RESOLVE project, broke ground on September 8, 2016. This new affordable and accessible home for 45 Calgarians with limited mobility will be made possible in part by generous donations from: the Government of Alberta, Charlie Guille & Family, Bill Kujat & Family, Centron Group of Companies, RGO Group of Companies, BMO Financial Group and Trico Homes.

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