Volunteers needed to help sort, organize, move and reorganize supplies. If you’ve been looking for a one-time project to help with, or something for you and friends or a small group to do together, this could be just the thing! We’re looking for 6 to 8 volunteers to help us get our supplies sorted and organized for the new year from 2 to 5PM on Friday, January 19. If you would like to sign up to help, use this link.
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“They really care about the patient, and make you feel comfortable.”
“You put me on the right path and helped me get through a time when I didn't have much support. You are like a family to me.” – former maternity home resident
“The RN I had was very respectful and very nice. She answered all my questions.”
“Friendliest clinic I’ve ever visited!”
“I like that I was treated with respect and nurse was all ears to what I had doubts about.”
“A lot of my success and growth is because of my family at The Elizabeth House….I can confidently say that I am the best mother I can be because of the tools and resources I was given.”- past resident of our maternity home.
“I was able to find a job, place my child in quality childcare, and save enough money to live on my own without any debts.” – past resident, maternity home
“Personable and listened to concerns and talked through them.”
“I am really pleased about the respect and care I received here. Every stage of my visit was thoroughly explained. Keep up the good work.”
“Someone cared and listened.”
“Staff was very experienced and kind and made me feel so comfortable and valued.”
“Very friendly, non-judgmental, answered questions and provided info about community resources.”
“Thank you for those vouchers that we “bought” everything we needed for our daughter…getting those blankets, clothes, diapers, socks, and toys took a huge load off us. We headed into this journey easy because you eased us into it.”
"Before I started working on the lessons I never asked myself "what kind of parent am I" or "what kind of parent do I want to be?" The information these lessons give me has definitely given me a different outlook on life and parenting. -From a Dad ta