Representatives from Credit Counselling provide free assessment of income and expenses, money management advice, budgeting and a debt management program. Services are available at Project SHARE on Mondays and Thursdays by appointment only.
For further information and to arrange an appointment, call Credit Counselling of Regional Niagara at 905-684-9401.
Community outreach workers from Niagara Homelessness Initiative provide emergency response and crisis support in conjunction with all community agencies as each situation requires.
For further information, call Niagara Homelessness Initiative at 905-984-8649
Niagara Nutrition Partners
This agency provides a breakfast program that supports participating schools across the Region.
For further information, call 905-357-5121, Ext. 32.
Other Community Partnerships:
We provide assistance, telephone resource, and advocacy for Niagara residents enrolled with the following groups/agencies:
We supply office space, telephone, Internet connection, and resources for representatives of the following agencies as required:
We work in conjunction with the following services to ensure our programs are current and exceed required standards:
We recommend the resources of the following groups/agencies which provide critical services within our community as required:
We have generous support from several community churches who allow us to use their property and facilities for various programs, activities, meetings
We partner with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Niagara Falls, St. Andrews United Church Shoulder to Shoulder program and Goodwill Industries. Families seeking assistance with clothing or household items are given a voucher or a referral letter from Project SHARE. If the items are in stock families are given what they need free of charge. Families can access this program once every six months. Items of clothing and household goods are limited to essential items only.
In conjunction with the following school boards, universities, and college, we provide co-op work opportunities to assist students by teaching them work skills and building their confidence in a work setting:
Free Bus Service is provided twice a month to assist low income families in traveling to our office. For this generosity, we thank:
We provide referrals and information sharing with:
Translation and information about our services are made available to newcomers to our community through the:
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