Home Depot’s Orange Door Campaign

Have you heard of Home Depot's Orange Door Campaign? More than 6,000 youth don’t have a safe place to call home. The Home Depot Canada Foundation is pledging $50-million by 2022 to help end youth homelessness in Canada. Help us bring an end to youth homelessness by donating $2 or more at www.orangedoorproject.ca or at a Home Depot store near you between May 30th and June 23rd; 100% of donations...


Bay of Quinte residents to benefit from $1,273,045 in new funding for mental health programs

Ontario is providing new funding for mental health and addictions services in Hastings and Prince Edward counties! Youthab is very grateful to be receiving funding that will go towards our Transition Home Program.   MONDAY, MAY 13, 2019 Bay of Quinte – Local MPP, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and, Trade and Government House Leader Todd Smith joined with local service providers...


March 1 WARMING CENTRE Notification

Due to forecast weather conditions the City of Belleville will be opening the warming centre Monday, March 4th through to Wednesday, March 6th at the Belleville Public Library at 254 Pinnacle Street in downtown Belleville. WHEN: Monday, March 4th to Wednesday, March 6th inclusive from 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. each day WHERE: Belleville Public Library at 254 Pinnacle Street We appreciate you helping us...


Our Community Give and Take Christmas Tree

If you happen to be around downtown Belleville this holiday season, please be sure to stop by our office front at 201A Front Street, to check out our Community Give and Take Christmas Tree! We have decorated it with supplies, warm clothing and sweets. If you find yourself in need, please feel free to help yourself to the items decorating the branches. Or if you have any extra items you are able...


‘Get the help you need’

By Luke Hendry, The Intelligencer Wednesday, September 19, 2018 6:24 PM EDT The difference, they say, is like night and day. For Jane and John (not their real names), their progression out of depression and homelessness meant a choice to pursue a brighter future despite being in dark times. But they didn’t do it alone, so they’re telling their stories in the hope of helping others....


March for Mental Health and Homelessness this Saturday, June 9th 2018

According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, "in any given year, 1 in 5 people in Canada will personally experience a mental health problem or illness. Mental illness affects people of all ages, education, income levels, and cultures. Approximately 8% of adults will experience major depression at some time in their lives. Studies in various Canadian cities indicate...