Today, we are excited to introduce you to Bobby Hines (he/him)!
On this #TeamTuesday, we are excited to introduce you to Bobby Hines (he/him).
Bobby in a tenant support worker at Fairhaven, a supportive housing program in Penticton. Bobby will be celebrating four years of working with ASK at the end of the month, on May 23rd.
WHAT LED YOU TO BE INTERESTED IN WORKING FOR ASK WELLNESS SOCIETY/THE SOCIAL SERVICES FIELD?
I have lived experience with addiction and homelessness. I went to college for community support work. Four of my many values are the same as ASK Wellness Society: Hope, Inclusiveness, Trust, and Compassion.
WHAT MAKES YOU MOST PROUD ABOUT YOUR ROLE WITHIN ASK?
Having the ability to provide safe, affordable housing to individuals at risk of homelessness.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO IN YOUR SPARE TIME?
I like to play the guitar, go fishing, and play golf.
WHAT IS ONE THING YOU JUST CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT?
CAN YOU TELL US A FUN FACT OR SOMETHING FEW PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT YOU?
I am a good cook.
Thank you, Bobby! We appreciate the support and dedication that you have given to ASK Wellness Society and to all program participants throughout the past four years.
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