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Senior's Secretariat Community Grant Application Form 2018
Supporting Island families -, Social Assistance and Child and Family Services clients who receive regular monthly payments from the Department of Family and Human services will be issued program payments on Wednesday, November 28 by cheque and Electronic Funds Transfer. Although Canada Post...
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey about social programs provided by Family and Human Services. Any information you provide is anonymous and confidential., Who should complete the survey?, The Department of Family and Human Services invites any client who uses a social program (...
Nominations for the annual Senior Islanders of the Year awards are being accepted until July 20. The annual awards recognize the significant contributions of Island seniors in community life including: volunteerism, artistic achievement, fund raising, community participation, career achievements,...
Significant new investments in shelter, food, and help for individuals looking for employment will give more Islanders an opportunity to participate to their fullest and assist those who need it the most. The Prince Edward Island government today announced a series of initiatives to support...
This document provides background and explains how the PEI Poverty Reduction Action Plan will be developed.
Housing Action Plan for Prince Edward Island 2018-2023
Belonging and Thriving: A Poverty Reduction Action Plan for Prince Edward Island (2019-2024)
Stable, safe, adequate housing is a fundamental human need, and provides a foundation from which Islanders can achieve success in education, employment, community participation, and health.
Access to sufficient quantities of nutritious food is a fundamental human need. When individuals or families have inadequate or insecure access to food due to financial constraints, they are said to be, food insecure, . Rates of food insecurity have been measured in Canada since 2005.