We have some new faces at Bruce House!
JP joined us in August, and has greatly expanded out ability to offer outreach services including home visits and deliveries of food and other household items. We love his enthusiasm and hard work!
Hello everyone! My name is Jean-Philippe . I am a 33 year old gay men and as of August I have been the new REST Support Worker. I been in the HIV/AIDS Feild for now 11 years with 5 at the BRAS (Bureau Regional D’Action Sida) 5 at ACO (AIDS Committee of Ottawa) as their Drop In Support worker. I also am a double graduate of College and University In Social Work and part of The Social Worker Order of Ontario.
For the animal lovers I am the happy father of a retired racing greyhound named Scufy and of a small dwarf cat named Lyla.=)
There is many more to say but I am sure we will have to occasion to share 1 on 1 in the future. It is a honor to be part of the Bruce House family and look forward to continue working for the community that I adore and love. Stay safe everyone!
Mariah joined Bruce House in September as part of the federal government’s Canada Summer Jobs Program. She quickly impressed us with her ability to think on her feet, be proactive, and cope with the chaotic nature of our work. Mariah claims she “enjoys every crazy minute of it” – so we have extended her contract until the end of the fiscal year (March 31, 2021)!
Mariah is in her last year of studies at the University of Ottawa studying International Development and Globalization with a minor in Women’s Studies. When she is not working or studying, she loves to enjoy nature, animals, and reading.