A Way Home Peterborough – What does Home mean to you? 2018

Community Exhibit

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Exhibit Title: Shot: Youth lens on homelessness

Pappas Billiards
407 George St N
Phone(705) 742 9010

M to Th 9:30 am to 10 pm
F&Sat 9:30 am to Midnight
Sun Closed

A Way Home Peterborough
YES Shelter
for Youth and Families
196 Brock Street
705 748.3851
Email awayhomeptbo@yesshelter.ca
Website www.yesshelter.ca

Saturday April 21
1 pm to 4 pm

What does Home mean to you?

A Way Home Peterborough is a community collaboration strategizing to prevent and end youth homelessness. Our work is co-led by youth, to learn from their expertise and experience. For this project, youth engaged their peers to talk about and depict through photography what the opposite of homelessness looks like for them.

For most of us - but particularly youth - home is much more than a roof and four walls. A Way Home Peterborough wants to see every youth provided with safe, suitable housing and the supports and resources they need to successfully transition into adulthood.

The broader aim of this exhibit is to spark community conversations and inspire action to end youth homelessness in Peterborough. For more information or to get involved visit www.awayhomeptbo.ca.

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