We are thrilled to announce that SOURCES Empowered for Employment is now offering 3 new employment programs and is accepting clients for: SKILLS FOR TODAY’S WORKPLACEA free program for Survivors of Violence and/or Abuse to gain skills training and find employment. Learn MoreADMIN & ACCOUNTING WORKSA free…
Sources Housing Support Services and Community Assistance Programs are organizing the 14th Annual Homelessness Awareness March during Homelessness Action Week. The March will take place at Sources Newton Resource Centre (#102 – 13771 72A Ave. , Surrey) on Friday, October 18, 2019. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate. SCHEDULE: 9: 45 – 10: 30 a. m. ‘ House of Cans’ competition 10: 30 – 11: 00 a. m. Speeches 11: 00 – 11: 30 a. m. Homelessness Awareness March 11: 45 a. m. Lunch
Expressive Arts explores the healing power of the art making process. Find joy and peace in releasing feelings and emotions by getting in touch with your imagination. Expressive Arts helps you to gain insight into life’ s challenges, and helps to tap into your creativity in order to find one’ s inner wisdom and a greater sense of resiliency. No artistic experience required.
On June 5, come join a conversation for local solutions to the overdose crisis. Your perspective will inform the South Surrey/White Rock Overdose Community Action Team’s substance use and overdose strategies to end the crisis. This group provides focused, multi-sectoral action-oriented strategies that are inclusive of all partners and tailored to community needs. *