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Dr. Dignity – HOPE House Advice

Hi Dr. Dignity,   I like your advice. I have a question. I saw that you talked about how to get help with food if someone was having a hard time buying it. That was helpful information to have so thank you. Do you have any advice on how to eat healthy with a small […]

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Dr. Dignity – HOPE House Advice

Hey Doc Dignity!   I’m an international student at the U of G and I’m done my degree this August and heading back home. It’s going to cost a fortune to fly all my stuff home, so I’m looking to donate as much of it as possible. What kind of stuff can I donate to […]

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Dr. Dignity – HOPE House Advice

Dear Dr. Dignity,   There’s so much going on in the world right now regarding social justice for marginalized folks. What is HOPE House doing to help fight the good fight in Guelph?    Sincerely, Emile Hi Emile,   This question has come up a lot lately, which makes sense – Guelph just had an […]

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Dr. Dignity – HOPE House Advice

Dear Dr. Dignity,   I would like to access the emergency food resources at HOPE House, but I don’t even know where to start. Do I need to make an appointment? Do I need to bring any documents? I have a job, but it’s only part-time, do I still qualify? Help please!   Sincerely, Parker […]

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Dr. Dignity – HOPE House Advice

Dear Dr. Dignity,   What’s up with your name?   Regards, Toni Dear Toni, Here at HOPE House, Dignity is one of our 3 core values, along with Compassion and Encouragement. We acknowledge the inherent Dignity and worth of every human being. But what does that mean?    When we say Dignity is inherent, we […]

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Dr. Dignity – HOPE House Advice

Dear Dr. Dignity,   I’m doing my spring cleaning and I have a box of used clothing that my family has outgrown. I’m really struggling with figuring out what clothes are “good enough” for donation. I really hate waste and I don’t want to throw out anything that might be able to be reused. Please […]

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Overdose Awareness Day: Remembering Those We’ve Lost

The staff and community members at HOPE House support and love folks who are dependent on substances.   Today we attended Overdose Awareness Day, just a 20 second walk from our location in the heart of downtown Guelph. Overdose and addiction affects us all and the ripple effect is tremendous. The quality of speakers and […]

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