drop-in centre


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drop-in centre

n
(Social Welfare) social welfare (in Britain) a daycentre run by the social services or a charity that clients may attend on an informal basis
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James Drop-In Centre board of directors said that the centre was terminating its lease with St.
When a fire in 2012 caused significant damage to the facilities the drop-in centre was using, Archdeacon Linda Borden Taylor, then-rector of St.
James the Apostle, described the relationship between church and drop-in centre during her time as being "very cordial.
There are always going to be homeless people [downtown], regardless of whether or not there is a drop-in centre.
James Montreal did not improve the situation, and when the drop-in centre announced its intention to leave, a series of accusatory messages on Facebook were exchanged between Singh and Berry.
Since the story of the conflict between drop-in centre and church spread through social media and coverage in the mainstream media, it has become symbolic of wider concerns in the Anglican church over how far the church should go in working with the economically marginalized.
ARAVOH's volunteers take it in turns to man a tiny drop-in centre and second-hand clothes store in the town.
Zilocchi takes me to visit the drop-in centre at Tour Grise 26, which serves new arrivals from Vallorbe who have been allocated to the canton of Vaud.
00pm, with nowhere to go except the drop-in centre, the streets and the station.
Two other groups run drop-in centres, and there are also projects for children and high school students.
So the food provided at the drop-in centres is welcome.