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Sleep A Night Under My Roof (take 2)

The Table to Host Second “Sleep A Night Under My Roof” Training Day for Social Service Workers

Background to Invest in Rural Resiliency: Address Poverty

The following information provides background information to a statement developed for the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty 2017. The statement and this backgrounder were developed by:  North Hastings Community TrustCommunity Development Council of QuinteRural Frontenac Community ServicesThe Table Community Food Centre, and Poverty Round Table Hastings, Prince Edward
 

OPEN MIC NIGHT

Come Join us and share in creating local community. All types of performances welcome: music, poetry, drama, spoken word, dance, story telling….if you do it and want to share it this is a good place to start.

Dinner and a Movie - Sugar Coated

Come join us to discuss the latest information about sugar and our helath and join a conversation led by Dr. Stephanie Gauthier.

Community Action Network Drop In Returns on 1st Wednesday of the Month

The Community Action Network will be resuming it's monthly drop in meetings on the first Wednesday of the month starting on April5th.  These drop in meeetings will be discussion meetings where community members can discuss a pre picked topic of interest to participants.  The April topic will be "Community: What does it mean to you?"

Utility Help at the Table's Peer Advocacy Office

How to Get Energy Assistance/Credit Program help at the Table CFC:

I. LEAP (Low-Income Energy Assistance Program)

Emergency financial assistance program to assist low-income customers who are having difficulty paying off arrears on Hydro or Enbridge Gas Bills. The maximum grant level is $500.00 per fuel, per household, per year.  (If you live in an electrically heated home you may be eligible to receive $600.00/year.)

STEP ONE:

Start the LEAP process by calling 1-855-487-5327 and doing the phone intake procedure.

How to Recognize Domestic Violence: What supports are available?

Join us for a workshop and luncheon with two guest speakers: One from Lanark County Interval House examining domestic violence signs and one from Lanark County Housing Corporation explaining how the province wide Special Priority for victims of Domestic Violence works. Free lunch after at Noon. Gift cards for participants.

Debt and Your Rights

Have you borrowed money?

Are you in arrears & stressing over debt?

Are debt collection agencies harassing you?

Have a contract you don’t understand and/or can’t afford?

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