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July 18, 2019

SORCe Reopens and Offers Support and Resources

The Safe Communities Opportunity and Resource Centre (SORCe) helps connect Calgarians who are struggling with mental health and addiction disorders, poverty and homelessness connect with the resources and services they need. SORCe, located on the City Hall LRT platform (316 7 Ave. S.E.), opened its doors on June 18 and…

The Safe Communities Opportunity and Resource Centre (SORCe) helps connect Calgarians who are struggling with mental health and addiction disorders, poverty and homelessness connect with the resources and services they need.

SORCe, located on the City Hall LRT platform (316 7 Ave. S.E.), opened its doors on June 18 and was temporarily closed due to flooding and re-opened again on Sept. 16. The centre offers on-site resources and information and acts as a referral point to existing services in the city including counselling programs and employment training such as the Drop-In Centre’s Woodwork Shop Training Program. (Watch Jacob’s story)

SORCe is open to everyone, but the centre is specifically focused on assisting vulnerable Calgarians.

Learn more at scorce.ca, @scorcecalgary

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