Workshop: Understanding Homelessness and Addiction in our Community

Have you ever thought... My heart aches for people with nowhere to live. I want to help - I just don’t know where to start. I am worried they are not well but who do I call?

Are you concerned seeing this?

Are you concerned about homelessness in downtown and the challenges that come with it as a citizen or business owner?

Safe Harbour is here to help.

At our workshops, we cater to both concerned citizens and business owners. If you’re seeking to deepen your understanding and effectively respond to the challenges of homelessness and addiction within our community, we’re here to help. 

Our sessions are designed to provide practical advice and foster safe, compassionate interactions. Each workshop is tailored to meet the diverse interests and requirements of our participants.

For Business Owners:

Are you a business owner concerned about how homelessness and addiction might be affecting your company, customers, and employees? Our workshops provide practical help and a space for open dialogue about your challenges. You’ll get valuable information, resources, and techniques specifically designed to safeguard your business environment while addressing these critical social issues constructively.

For Concerned Citizens:

Are you a citizen moved by the sights of homelessness and addiction in your community? Perhaps you know someone affected or simply wish to be more informed and helpful. Our dedicated workshops will guide you through understanding the multifaceted nature of addiction and homelessness. Learn about crucial initiatives like Overdose Prevention and Supervised Consumption Sites, understand the different states of homelessness—from unsheltered to at-risk—and explore practical, compassionate strategies for aiding those in distress. Our aim is to empower you with knowledge and tools for effective nonverbal and verbal communication in helping individuals facing these challenges.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is tailored for business owners, organizations in Central Alberta, and interested citizens.

How to book?

Our sessions aim to foster understanding, dialogue, and actionable insights on homelessness and addiction in our community. The presentation is free of charge and lasts approximately one hour. Please fill out the form below to book your spot!

Thank you for your interest in our workshops.

Please submit the following and our team will be in touch to coordinate your presentation.