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April 19, 2017 Adam Nails the Interview

Adam, who has social anxiety, hadn’t worked since 2007. The prospect of a job interview had him so nervous that he felt physically ill.

Working Together participant Julie

April 5, 2017 Julie works her way back to employment with Working Together

Julie lives with Retinitis Pigmentosa, meaning she experiences near complete blindness, but this doesn’t stop her from living life to the fullest and achieving her goals. With certificates in Customer Service and Human Services, Julie had the skills necessary to rejoin the workforce, but her confidence had decreased since she hadn’t worked in seven years.


December 14, 2016 Working Together helps Harvest House serve people with addiction and mental illness

Harvest House is a non-profit agency in Moncton, New Brunswick that serves community members who struggle with drug and alcohol addictions, mental illness, anger issues and homelessness. With the help of the Neil Squire Society’s Working Together program, they were able to find employment for many of their clients, including Bruce.


September 21, 2016 Angie Expands Her Horizons and Finds Success

Angie never thought that she would work in IT, but she found success when she tried new things, with the help of newfound confidence she gained in Working Together.

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