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Marci Henkel
· December 28, 2017
Helped our family when we needed it most forever grateful Thank you this organization is amazing, when our son had no where to go they accepted and helped him gave him a fighting chance THANK YOU
Jason H. McComb
· February 25, 2014
Along with all of my other blessings, and in so many of my thoughts, I often find you!

Thank you again for the reasons for that in my life, as well as being available in anyone else's life that may... need you as much as I did when you had a hand in saving/preserving my life! Despite falling on my face now and then since leaving "The Spady", I have a strength in me that allows me to find my way back to the day I walked out of the center with so much more hope then the near zero hope within me when I found you guys! See More
Chris Whitehead
· September 10, 2016
This is a very supportive place to detox from alcohol trust me I've been here numerous times when I was sick with my alcohol abuse
Chris D Sandstra
· August 12, 2016
Non-judgemental help to those whom need it the most.
David Kerr
· October 2, 2013
Helping to make a difference in our community with the George Spady Center.
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Frontline worker with homeless, addictions, mental health clients? The George Spady Training Conference is for you! Go to for details and to register.

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Experts on the issue of homelessness are gathering in Winnipeg this week to discuss ways to create safe, affordable homes for Canada's most vulnerable people.
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