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Hull’s mission is to partner with young people and families, building resilience today for a brighter tomorrow.
This year, we have had the privilege to serve 4,027 young people and families. 

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The 4th Int'l Neurosequential Model Symposium: Understanding the Power of Connection will take place at The Banff Centre in Banff, Alberta, Canada on Thursday, June 4 and Friday, June 5

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Building Our Future on a Strong Foundation

Hull Services is proud to launch our new Strategic Directions 2019-2022: Building Our Future on a Strong Foundation.  Our new Stratetgic Directions is a forward-looking document that recognizes and builds upon the values and strengths of Hull Services. The Strategic Directions lay out the broad picture for Hull Services, emphasizing goals that enhance and expand the work of Hull. 

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It takes more than researched programs and good intentions to help children respond to today’s challenges. A systems approach that recognizes the critical interplay of social emotional learning, caregiver well-being and trauma informed practice is necessary in building resilient environments.

Join Hull Services and our expert panel of Dr. Mark Greenberg, Christa Turksma and Dr. Emily Wang as we explore these fundamental aspects of child, adult and organizational well-being.
 

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We aim to raise awareness and much needed funds for children with severe mental health struggles. Many of those we serve have experienced trauma, neglect, abuse, poverty, family violence, addictions, and development challenges that often lead to mental health challenges. 

Your donation tonight will help these children grow up happier, healthier and more resilient. Thank you!

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Every year, many children, youth and families have little or nothing at Christmas. While there are some resources in the community, such as hamper programs, they often fill up quickly or people are turned away because they don’t qualify. Additionally, children who live in care at Hull Services often spend Christmas in their programs, with no opportunity to visit family. 

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Hull Services Celebrates the Spirit of the Calgary Stampede 

On July 9, 2019, Hull Services hosted its Annual Stampede Breakfast where we welcomed over 3000 guests to our campus. The morning was full of Stampede fun and spirit which featured live performances from local singers and bands including, Perry and the Reflections,  Melissa Jackson, The Turbines, Tyler Preston and Cole Smith, Colton Daigle and the Calysto Steelband.

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For more information please contact:

Alana Barron


Heritage Pointe Golf Club:  http://www.heritagepointe.com/

 

Tasha Sherbanuk, Manager of Projects, Fluor Canada;  Adam Douglas, Fluor Canada; Vaden Somers, William Roper Hull School; George Ghitan, Executive Director, Hull Services; Joe Sturgeon, Principal, William Roper Hull School
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From left to right: Tasha Sherbanuk, Manager of Projects, Fluor Canada; Adam Douglas, Fluor Canada; Vaden Somers, William Roper Hull School; George Ghitan, Executive Director, Hull Services; Joe Sturgeon, Principal, William Roper Hull School.


 

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Hull Services awards second Piitaasaapii Hull Services Indigenous Leadership Scholarship

Chrissy MorinHull Services is proud to present Chrissy Morin with the second Piitaasaapii Hull Services Indigenous Leadership Scholarship. 
 

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Julie Kerr, Executive Director and Derek Falkowsky

George Ghitan was the Executive Director at Hull Services for 22 years and, during his tenure, provided strong, visionary leadership that helped Hull establish its reputation of excellence in providing leading edge clinical services.

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Thank you to everyone who supported our 15th annual Hullelujah! It was an amazing evening full of generosity, sharing impactful stories, celebrating the holiday season with family, friends and colleagues and amazing festive entertainment by Tom Jackson's Huron Carole. 

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On September 14, guests at the inaugural Raise A Little Hull enjoyed an evening of scotch, bubbles, and blues all in support of Hull Services.

Raise A Little Hull, presented by Centron and hosted at the Chairman’s Steakhouse, was a great success raising more than $225,000 (net) in support of Hull Services programs and services in greatest need. 

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July 23, 2018 – For Immediate Release

 

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Leslie Bissett of Calgary has made a gift of $5 million to Hull Services to construct a new building at the organization’s main campus. Replacing an existing facility it will be the new site for the Preadolescent Treatment Program (PTP).

 

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Hull Services is pleased to announce that it has earned a three-year CARF International accreditation. This is the second consecutive accreditation the international accrediting body has awarded to Hull Services.

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Welcome to the 2017 Hull Services Donor Report. This document is an opportunity to shine a spotlight on private citizens, the business community, foundations, service clubs, government agencies, and volunteers that stand side by side with Hull Services.