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The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board (TBDSSAB) manages vital social services for individuals and families living in Thunder Bay.
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OMSSA May 21
More than 200 members joined us last week in Thunder Bay for our 2019 Annual General Meeting, to hear key updates on OMSSA's achievements, milestones and financial performance in 2018. Read the highlights and access the Annual Report here:
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TBDSSAB May 15
This session explores two innovative and multidisciplinary solutions to chronic homelessness. TBDSSAB’s High Needs Homeless Outreach is an integrated process that brings together Housing, Ontario Works, Intake and Data Analysts to identify and rapidly house chronically homeless
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TBDSSAB May 15
Participants will be introduced to challenges and solutions faced in the Early Years sector in rural areas. They will hear how collaborating with community partners and forming strong relationships within rural communities.
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TBDSSAB May 15
Municipal leaders are retiring and taking with them a very specific skill set. How can municipalities ensure these skills are effectively passed along? This session is a coalition with a mission to raise awareness about the retirement wave, promote succession planning.
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TBDSSAB May 15
This interactive session will take you through a variety of examples of collaborations ranging from refugee settlement to client system navigation to post-secondary community partnerships. The facilitator will discuss Ryelle’s experiences, sharing what worked.
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TBDSSAB May 15
A situation table is a collaborative risk-intervention tool where community partners work together in a privacy-protected setting to intervene, where appropriate, in situations of acutely elevated risk for individuals and families.
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TBDSSAB May 15
In 2017-2018, Toronto Employment and Social Services conducted a mixed-methods research study of singles on Ontario Works in Toronto to better understand their characteristics,service experiences and needs.
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TBDSSAB May 15
Front-line staff face many challenges in communicating effectively with high-needs clients and tenants. In this session, speakers will provide the role of TBDSSAB’s tenant support coordinators, and share examples of how they interact with challenging tenants.
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TBDSSAB May 14
OMSSA members celebrating their successes. Enjoy the “Northern Hospitality “
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TBDSSAB May 14
This session explores the work of a taskforce that pools the resources of the Region of Durham, City of Oshawa and several social services agencies. Delegates will discuss building relationships with transient unsheltered residents, creating a strategy.
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TBDSSAB May 14
Dr. Christopher Mushquash has spent his career seeking to understand Indigenous cultural perspectives of wellness, and how to apply this knowledge to improve services.He will share what he has learned so far about meeting the needs of First Nations peoples.
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TBDSSAB May 14
This session explores the work of a taskforce that pools the resources of the Region of Durham, City of Oshawa and several social services agencies to support residents living…
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TBDSSAB May 14
OMSSA 2019-This presentation will provide communities the group work to conduct Plan, Do, Study Cycles to test new approaches with reduced risk that ultimately provides information to…
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TBDSSAB May 14
An action packed day of transformational leadership with Dr. JP Gedeon , transformative directions. A tour of the Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre and Waabagonee EarlyOn centres.…
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TBDSSAB May 13
Sneak peek of the The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board Welcome Reception at the Leadership Symposium. The 2019 Leadership Symposium and AGM. With 3…
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TBDSSAB May 13
Assef Court Community Kitchen Date: Wednesday May 15, 2019 Time:1:00 pm Location: Assef Court Common Room You must register to attend this session as only those registered will be able…
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TBDSSAB May 13
The way to Freedom Program. A support group meets weekly to overcome Addiction and Depression.This group is being established in responce to several requests from Limbrick/Vale residents…
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TBDSSAB May 13
It's Spring! And with the melting snow, it's time for some spring cleaning! TBDSSAB is beginning its SPRING UP TO CLEANUP of all properties. We encourage all tenants to work together to…
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TBDSSAB May 10
K.I.C.K. (Kids In Community Kitchen): Kids will cook together, taste together and take some food home to enjoy! Date: May 13th, 2019 Time: 3:30-5 p.m. Location:288 Windsor Unit…
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TBDSSAB May 10
TBDHU Community Kitchen: During each kitchen, several different recipes will be prepared together, and will be enjoyed at the end of the program. Date:May 13th, 2019 Time: 2-3:00…
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