Fall 2020 Curb Notes Issue 42 – Quintin Warner House

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Living a New Life of Hope

Alex* packed his bags into his car and drove to visit a friend in a distant city after deciding he needed to leave his hometown behind. “My life had become unmanageable because of addiction issues and grief I was experiencing… it made me emotionally dysregulated and I had no one to… Read more

Cooking Up Connections in the Quintin Warner House Kitchen

The kitchen at Quintin Warner House is a place of opportunity to not only feed oneself but to connect with others on a deeper level and learn something new. “Cooking and eating with other people is such an important event,”… Read more

A Fun & Safe Summer at Rotholme Family Shelter

Summer camp has always been a fun-filled experience for the children at Rotholme Family Shelter and this year was no different, even in the midst of a pandemic. “…it’s run a little bit different this year because of [physical distancing],” explained Katherine, Child Activity Worker at Rotholme… Read more

Faith Today: A Spiritual Approach to Healing & Recovery at Quintin Warner House

“Hello gentlemen, welcome to Faith Today. My name is Junior, I am a Christian minister in our city and I am facilitating our session today”. So begins a Faith Today session at Quintin Warner House. The Faith Today program is the spiritual component of… Read more

You’re Invited to the 2020 Virtual Fall Banquet & Silent Auction

Join us online on Thurs. Nov. 12, 2020 for our annual Fall Banquet & Silent Auction. This year, the event will be hosted entirely online to help protect the safety of all guests and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Funds raised from the evening will provide treatment and aftercare for men overcoming addictions at Quintin Warner House.

Guy Felicella (pictured left), Addictions Recovery Advocate, will be joining us for the evening as our Inspirational Speaker. He spent 30 years in addiction, dying and being brought back to life six times. With his treacherous journey through substance use and his repeated attempts at detox and treatment, Guy has become a respected and trusted expert advising on recovery, harm reduction, and eliminating stigma.

We would like to extend a special thank you to the Platinum sponsor of the  Fall Banquet & Silent Auction, Paul J. Pickering and Associates Limited. We greatly appreciate all sponsors and partners for their generosity and the compassion they continue to extend to neighbours in need.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Mackenzie (Lauermeier) Warren at mlauermeier@missionservices.ca or 519-233-2807 ext. 2134.

Purchase your tickets online today by visiting mslfallbanquet.eventbrite.ca.

We hope you will join us for this meaningful evening. Together, we can help men break free of addiction.

Thank You!

We are elated to announce that Drewlo Holdings has pledged a gift of $110,000 to maintain 24/7 staffing at Quintin Warner House. Around the clock staffing is the gold standard of care for men overcoming addiction and maintaining sobriety.

“We are so very grateful to be able to offer support for our participants around the clock. The consistent presence of an Addictions Counsellor provides stability and steadfast therapeutic care which is critically important for men struggling with addiction. Thank you to Drewlo Holdings for this donation and their continued support,” expressed Martha Connoy, Acting Director of Quintin Warner House.

Drewlo Holdings is challenging the London community to match their donation, dollar for dollar, to help men have access to the vital services offered at Quintin Warner House and break free of addiction. To learn more and to rise to this matching challenge, please visit missionservices.ca/MatchingChallenge

2020 Annual Report Now Available Online

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our 2020 Annual General Meeting in September. It was truly wonderful to connect with you all!

We welcome you to download your digital copy of the Annual Report on our website at missionservices.ca/impact/finances or by clicking on the “Read Report” button below:

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