- A Second Chance
After years of struggling with mental health, addiction and run-ins with the law, Tim was ready to get his life back on track. He had been homeless for five years when he found his way to Lutherwood’s Housing Services, where he was assigned a Service Navigator and added to the list for emergency housing.Read More
- Building Confidence and Skills Through Volunteering
Emily was looking for a career change. She was working in retail when she realized that it wasn’t the best fit for her. “I wanted a change because I wanted to gain more skills and experience working in an office environment” Emily shared. She started applying for administrative positions which led to quite a few interviews. “Unfortunately, I never got hired.” She added.Read More
- Cooking up Confidence at The Raw Carrot
Finding a fulfilling job is never an easy task, and when you have a disability, it can be even harder. Living with anxiety and depression since he was a teenager, Luke struggled to build up his resume and confidence as a young adult.Read More
- "Lutherwood Supported me in my Darkest Days"
When Kribin moved to Canada two years ago, he didn’t know getting a job would be so hard. And when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, things went from bad to worse.Read More
- Housing Stability in Uncertain Times
During the pandemic, The Radisson has doubled their emergency shelter occupancy from 50 to 100, while Lutherwood and the House of Friendship have been working hard to house people like Mark.Read More
- The Birthday Gift that Keeps on Giving!
Sometimes when your birthday rolls around, it’s hard to think of what to ask for. Especially as you start to get older and find that as long as you’re surrounded by loved ones, you have everything you need.Read More