“Homelessness is an issue that transcends electoral terms and budget cycles,” Mr Henley said. “Homelessness funding cannot keep limping along year-to-year and QCOSS and its members hope we will be working actively with the community, government and private sector to make sure a long-term commitment can be made in the near future."
On Wednesday 30 November, QCOSS hosted its Annual General Meeting. Our achievements were highlighted as reflected in our Annual Report. I encourage you to go online and have a look. Uncertainty and the pace of change for the social services sector continues to be a challenge now, more than ever, for service providers and those people requiring supports and services.
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“I’d like to see the sector be more bold and speak out, but when we talk about leadership there comes a point where we need to talk about what stops us being leaders in the community.”
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